1030 days ago

CommUnity Dinner - Free for All

Levi Leathers from Rotorua Community Kai

For the community, from the community!
Tonight, Dinner is served 6pm
Doors open 5.40pm at Selwyn Primary School Rotorua CommUnity Kai create a community dinner open to all in the community. We’ll have the hall all warm or cool depending on the weather.
This is a free event open to everyone in our community. We will have fresh bakery bread & fruit/vegetables available for you to take home, bring you a “plastic bag” and take what you need.
This is a great way to meet locals, mix & mingle, make friendships or contacts or just enjoy a night off cooking & socialising with your locals.
Great for the elder community, those alone, families & individuals, it’s a gathering for all.
Volunteers are also welcome to join our team, just flick us a message or come visit us during dinner...
We also encourage you to support these local businesses who support our locals
Selwyn School Rotorua, Farm Meat Packers 2016 LTD, Pantry d'Or Boutique Bakery, Ciabatta Cafe & Bakery,
BREW - Craft Beer Pub | Rotorua NZ,
Print King, Shell Pack, DIVERSE DISTRIBUTORS &
especially our Volunteers who freely give their time to help create this evening for the community.

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