Laura and husband Gordon Cooper will host guests from 12 noon to 6:00pm. Delectable, healthy meals will be served along with fun-filled activities. All proceeds are earmarked for Pan-Jam's mission to create a model school for Boys Town Infant and Primary by 2020.
"Our rustic and down to earth event promises to be inspiring. We'll be serving a cow on the spit, gorgeous fresh veggies prepared by Lisa Binns of 'Stush-in-the-Bush', fresh fish by Gina Mair of 'Eat Fresh' and much more. Our summer school children have prepared Jonkunu costumes and will perform. There will be revival singers, an art exhibition and auction with possibly a few cows being auctioned as well!" shares Facey-Cooper.
"I love all the components of this Farm to Table event as well as Mount Plenty's objectives. I'm thrilled to be a part of this event. Food and art are two important assets and the possibility of connecting them to social and philanthropic work is even more dynamic," says Thompson.
Further details are available online: http://mtplentyorganics.com/