St Boniface Catholic Church will hold an International Food Fair on 16 December to raise funds for the Catholic Community of Knysna.
An evening of fun, food and music for the whole family is being planned by the organising committee which hopes to see the event supported by both residents and visitors on this public holiday.
“We have made it an evening fair from 4pm to 8pm to give everyone plenty of time to go to the beach or do Christmas shopping during the day,” says committee chairperson Adele Scherag. “We hope that families will join us afterwards for a delicious meal and some good company.”
This is a chance to test your taste buds on a variety of delicious food from many countries.
“At least eight different nationalities will be represented at the fair, including American, African, Cape Malay, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Dutch and Italian. “From hot dogs, prego rolls, and gazpacho, to pap and chakalaka, kroketten and gnocchi, there will be something for everyone. You will be able to buy small portions and taste a variety of different dishes, or a larger portion of your preferred dish.”
There will also be cooked frozen meals available to purchase and take home.
Coupons will be on sale at the door to use to buy food, drinks, some home-made crafts and even raffle tickets for Christmas hampers and gifts.
There will be activities and face-painting for children.
The fair will be held in the St Boniface Church Hall in Queen Street and everyone is welcome.