Spice up your life with a Mediterranean flavour

Getting ready for the Mediterranean Carnivale at the Italo Club next Saturday are (l-r) Italo Club members Angela Dalu and Olivia Kerz, flamenco dancer Serena Joy, organiser Severino Da Roit, Italo Club director Shaaron Kapcelovich and member Luciana Trojer.

If you fancy spicing up your life with a little Mediterranean culture, get along to the Italo Australia Clubs Mediterranean Carnivale next Saturday, November 4.

The night is a great way to get the Italians, Greeks and Spanish in the Lismore area together at one time, said organiser Severino Da Roit. Were hoping for around 200 people... it will be a fantastic night of great music and good food.

Live entertainment will be provided by Brisbane trio Havanna, who perform songs in Greek, Italian and Spanish, guaranteeing at least a few sing-a-longs. Flamenco dancers will add a Spanish flavour to the night and there will be a light supper offering tastes of authentic Mediterranean foods.

Come dressed in traditional costume or hide away behind a mask and really let your hair down.

Great prizes are up for grabs including a fabulous Surfers Paradise holiday for two courtesy of Travelworld, plus giveaways and lucky door prizes.

The fun starts at 7pm at the Italo Australia Club in North Lismore. Tickets are $30 per person or $25 per person for groups of 10 or more. To book phone 6621 4677.

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