International tasting faire bound to satisfy!

Posted: February 10 - 2014

The Rotary Club of Nelson Daybreak’s 5th annual International Tasting Faire will be held at the Prestige Lakeside Resort on Thursday March 6, 2014.  Social no-host [email protected] 5:30; International Dinner @ 6. Come savour foods from the Americas, Europe and Asia. Not only will your palate reap the benefits from a wealth of tasty treats, but so too will a teacher in Haiti whose $3000 annual salary will be realized by this event. Without this sponsorship, approximately 30 impoverished children would not have a teacher or an education. This event will also support local food initiatives.

UPDATE MARCH 4th! : Only a few ticket left, are you coming!?

UPDATE MARCH 6th: we are sold out!!!

This fund-raising event has the support of many volunteers and donors who are contributing to a variety of fund raising activities including silent and toonie auctions. Carol Reynolds has donated a beautiful painting called November and Bruce Martin has donated a signed copy of his painting, Spring Breaks Out in Nelson. Take advantage of this opportunity to obtain original artwork from two of Nelson’s outstanding artists. Special thanks to our corporate sponsors, Kootenay Co-op, The Nelson Star, Selkirk College, and Our Daily Bread.  Tickets @$25 are available in advance at Cottons, BCAA, Kootenay Christian Fellowship, Laura at the Nelson Star or any Daybreak member.

Newer entry: "Mount Sentinels Interact Club 2013/14"
Older entry: "Quilters needed!"

Member: Allison Alder

Member since 2016

Where & When we meet?

Nelson Daybreak Rotary
Tuesday - 7 am (directions)


Nelson Rotary
Friday - 12 pm (directions)
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