Slow Food Saddleback is holding a special event to celebrate Terra Madre. It will be on Sunday 12 December at the Pavilion in Kiama. An afternoon/evening Slow Food delicious light food event and the showing of the film “Rosemary’s Way” which evidences that “welcome” is more than a word, it is a movement. Rosemary Kariuki, the star of the film is this year’s Australian of the Year, (local hero), is attending on the day as our guest at the request of our members.
In the film, Rosemary brings a group of women from suburban Sydney on a cross cultural journey to integrate them into the homes and communities of everyday locals, in The Kiama Municipality.
It is a film about hope and community, and the example that Kiama and its special residents have played in creating an open and welcoming Australia to others.
Good food and local produce and sharing, bring the women and local families together. The true spirit of the Slow Food movement.
The ticket prices, time, and booking details will be released early in November and details will be available on Slow Food Saddleback website: www.slowfoodsaddleback.com.au f you want to contact them, you can do it on: firstname.lastname@example.org