Friends of DAPA Social Lunch Day (Ermington) 20/04/2018

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Friends of DAPA Social Lunch Day (Ermington) 20/04/2018

Unread postby Matt » Wed Apr 11, 2018 6:56 am

Relax, have lunch and enjoy a cooking demo & yum cha at our first social event this year:

Date: 20th April 2018 (Friday)
Time: 11:30am – 1:00pm
Place: New Empress Restaurant
8/2 Marsden Rd, Ermington NSW 2115
Cost: $10 / head (normally $35)

Cecilia Lau is Australia’s favourite Chinese chef, with regular radio presentations on SBS, 5 days per week. Cecilia is a well-known cooking
demonstrator in Hong Kong and Australia. She has talked about her skills in Gourmet Cooking on 2AC Australian Chinese Radio as well as the SBS Radio and has performed cooking demonstrations for many councils and community groups.
Watch an expert demonstrate her skills, then enjoy a fantastic yum cha lunch.

We are expecting this to be a popular event, so book your place today!

Cost: $10 (lunch)
Please make a payment through the DONATION FORM on our
Many Minds Link website
http://www.mmlink.com.au/Donation.aspx
The money raised will enable DAPA to train more people with disability to live independently.
Email info@dap.asn.au RSVP by 13/4/2018
Matthew Elder
Education and Training Officer
Carers NSW

P 02 9280 4744 Level 10, 213 Miller Street
F 02 9280 4755 North Sydney NSW 2060
Carer Line 1800 242 636 PO Box 785 North Sydney NSW 2059
matthewe@carersnsw.org.au

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Re: Friends of DAPA Social Lunch Day (Ermington) 20/04/2018

Unread postby DAPA » Thu May 10, 2018 10:29 pm

Hi all
The event went smoothly with about 16 people attending, including several of DAPA participants.
The restaurant setup a demonstration table, DAPA provided the gas cookers and woks and food.
The group learned how to cook a chinese dumpling dish and an indian chicken dish.
Learnings from the event were:
-to advertise more widely to get more people to come
-finding a supporter of the concept like the kind restaurant owner that let us run the class at a lunchtime midweek.

Regards
Ian Mackenzie


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