To welcome Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen to Bendigo, district residents are invited to a community day on Saturday.January 9, 2013 1:45pm
District residents are invited to help welcome Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen at a free day in Bendigo on Saturday.
City community wellbeing director Pauline Gordon said it was exciting to have mobile kitchen in Bendigo and there would be plenty to see and do.
‘‘There will also be fun physical activities such as Tai Chi and Zumba at the conservatory gardens, kids can learn to plant their own vegie garden and interact with the animals in the petting zoo, face painting and much more,’’ she said.
The day will run from 9am to noon in Bull St, next to the conservatory and the Bendigo Community Farmers Market will be from 9am to 1pm.
The first round of cooking classes starts on Monday, January 14, for five weeks and there is still room available.
For details, visit www.bendigo.vic.gov.au/healthy
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