Flavours by the Sea is set to Terrigal on Saturday, March 26, bringing the tastes, sights and sounds of the world to the Central Coast.
Featuring some of Terrigal’s most beloved eateries, the multicultural event will celebrate the Coast’s diversity with a taste of the world’s food, music, and art along the Terrigal foreshore from 11am to 3pm.
Central Coast Council Unit Manger Community and Culture, Glenn Cannard, said community members and visitors are invited to come together for the special event which celebrates the rich cultural diversity of the region.
“Flavours by the Sea is an opportunity to celebrate the many cultures that make up our community, embracing the ‘everyone belongs’ message of Harmony Day by showcasing sensational music, art and cuisine from across the world,” Cannard said.
“Council is proud to offer the community the long-awaited opportunity to enjoy free live entertainment from Anna Salleh duo and Bobby Alu, as well as Brigitta Dance Project, Iwi Katoa, Tomoka Oka and Tessa Thames.”
Council Administrator, Rik Hart, said Flavours by the Sea aims to engage residents to participate in their community and build a sense of belonging for an increasingly diverse Central Coast.
“This event is an opportunity to celebrate and recognise just some of the many diverse cultures that make the Central Coast such a great place (in which) to live, work and play,” Hart said.
For more information visit centralcoast.nsw.gov.au/flavoursbythesea.
Media release, Mar 8
Central Coast Council