Dishing up harmony on St Patricks Day

Neroli Porykali (pictured) was one of many who enjoyed traditional Guinness Irish stew and dishes from around the world including Thailand and Papua New Guinea at the International Rainbow Clubs most recent World on a Plate dinner on Sunday, which was a joint celebration of Harmony Day and St Patricks Day.

A full-house of green clad diners were entertained by Irish dancers from the School of Irish Dance, music from Jim and Judy, and a stunning international fashion parade by Rainbow Club members.

Rainbow Club volunteers and culinary enthusiasts are now taking a break from holding the dinners until more volunteers can come and lend a hand.

Everyone has enjoyed it so much and its a great way for people to meet and learn more about each others cultures, One of the World on a Plate organisers, Luciana Trojer, said. We would also like more people from ethnic groups to join us. Anyone who likes cooking or just wants to be involved is most welcome.

For more information or to volunteer, phone Luciana on6620 0014.


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