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'Flavours by the Sea' - Taste the World on the Coast

Source: Central Coast Council
Posted: 29 Feb 2020
The Central Coast's premiere multicultural event - Flavours by the Sea - returns to The Entrance this March to celebrate the diverse cultures of the Central Coast.

Central Coast Council's Flavours by the Sea embraces the 'everyone belongs' message of Harmony Day by showcasing amazing music, art, cultural features and delicious food from across the world.

Council Section Manager Place Activation, Cobey Linsley said community members and visitors are invited to come together for a joyous event that embraces the diversity of our region.

"Flavours brings us together for a day to experience the rich cultural mix of the Coast" Ms Linsley said.

"This event is built on the Harmony Day message of 'everyone belongs' and is an opportunity to savour and celebrate the flavours of the world right here on the Coast.

"Close to 4,000 people enjoyed Flavours in 2018 and we are expecting similar numbers at this year's event."

Live performances at the event include three community groups, Yalalinya Dancers, Berias Masseque & The Afro Fusion Band and Monsieur Camembert.

Attendees can chill out in the relaxed dining area after a visit to the festive 'flavour alley' which will feature Mexican, Vietnamese, Spanish and Argentinian food and specialty desserts.

Mayor Lisa Matthews said that Flavours by the Sea helps to build a sense of belonging for an increasingly diverse Central Coast.

"This event lets us experience the wealth of wonderful cultures that are part of our region and help to make the Coast such a great place to live," Mayor Matthews said.

"I encourage everyone to head down to The Entrance and join in this wonderful celebration of diversity."


Flavours by the Sea

Date:
Saturday 21 March 2020

Time:
from 3.30pm to 8.30pm

Venue:
Memorial Park, The Entrance.

 

 
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