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Taste of Cultures 2021: Wellington
Now in its fourth year, Taste of Cultures was originally inspired by our recipe book containing a collection of recipes from around the world by people from a refugee background now living in New Zealand.
Taste of Cultures 2021: Wellington is returning to The Boatshed on the Waterfront, on Thursday 24 June 2021.
Enjoy an evening of a culinary and cultural journey
Date: Thursday 24 June 2021
Venue: The Boatshed, Wellington Waterfront
- Individual guest: $120
- Table of ten: $1,000
Included in the ticket price:
A three-course bespoke meal, presentations and performances. Enjoy music and dancing from some of the most skilled artists and newest kiwis.
Refugees are ordinary people facing extraordinary circumstances. They have experienced war, persecution, discrimination, racism and oppression. They've been forced to flee from their homeland because of nothing more than their ethnicity, religion or beliefs. Refugees have been denied basic human rights in their country of origin and are unable to safely return home.
This event is a way for us to tell stories from some of the incredible people who have taken difficult journeys to get here to Aotearoa, and safety.
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Wellington has been through a lot in recent years, and we are very excited to host this event that celebrates diversity in our community and raises money for the work of New Zealand Red Cross.
The event will seat 200 guests and be held at the iconic Boatshed, situated on the Waterfront and is the oldest surviving sports club in the North Island.
As well as a three-course meal, guests will enjoy musical performances and guest speakers.
If you have any questions, please get in touch on 0800 733 2767 (RED CROSS) or Getfundraising@redcross.org.nz.
The event is generously supported by The Boatshed and Countdown.