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What's Cooking in the Gardens?

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What's Cooking in the Gardens?

Time: August 2, 2009 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Redcliffe
Street: George Street
City/Town: Redcliffe
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Event Type: day of entertainment and information
Organized By: Elaine de Saxe
Latest Activity: Jul 6, 2009

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Redcliffe Botanical Gardens plays host to the annual free celebration of cuisine, horticulture, seminars, entertainment and stalls.
Hear Colin Campbell, meet the '4 ingredients' authors, taste many styles of food, enjoy roving performers and there's plenty of activities for children.
Free entry, gold coin donation for parking at Bradley Park.

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