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Moomba Carnival Costumes 2018

Moomba Carnival Costumes “A Caribbean Cocktail” are now on sale for 2018!

Register ASAP to guarantee the costume of your choice!
(Limited number of costumes in some sections and limited sizes in all sections)
Next year we’re aiming to have our largest presentation in Moomba so tell your friends and ask them to join a fun filled Moomba experience and of course, the after party!
Please download and complete the attached registration form for men and women and return to info@caribvic.com  or call Roger Phillips on 0418 524 114
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2 weeks of Carnival!

Moomba Masqueraders are ready for the road!

Moomba Parade

Monday 13th of March from 11am

St Kilda Rd, CBD

AND

Whittlesea Community Festival

Sunday 19th of March 12.30pm-9pm

Whittlesea Public Gardens, Barry Road Lalor

Whittlesea Leader, 7 March

Book Launch: The Silver is Mine – Thursday March 23

Jason Roger Philips is a promising young author is is proud to invite members of the Caribbean community to the launch of his new book The Silver is Mine.

Please join us to celebrate at this free event!

When: 6.30pm, Thursday March 23

Where: Readings Doncaster, Westfield Doncaster, 619 Doncaster Rd, Victoria 3108

 

Steelband practice 2017 details!

Don’t forget Steelband practice for 2017 begins Tuesday January 17!

2017 Harmony Cup – Sunday April 2

Sunday April 2, 2017

Royal Park North, Park St, Parkville

FREE EVENT

The AFL International Harmony Cup features teams drawn from Melbourne’s many communities. The aim of the event is twofold:

1. to celebrate Melbourne’s ethnic diversity and harmony, and

2. use the power of sport to break down cultural and ethnic barriers. We may come from many different backgrounds but we are all Australians.

The Harmony Cup is an official Harmony Day (Australian Government) event.

In 2017 the Harmony Cup will be held on Sunday 2 April at Royal Park North, Park Street, Parkville (near the zoo). Next year will be the 10th edition of the event. Entry is free and it’s a great day out for the whole family, with lots of footy, food and entertainment.

AFL International is hoping to have over 50 countries represented on the day, with people from each community wearing their footy jumper. It will be a United Nations of footy and will look amazing! They have created these jumpers for Caribbean countries (so far!):

Jumpers are $70 each and you can choose your size and what number you would like on the back. Jumpers can be purchased here.

Let’s set a new World Record for the most number of individual national footy jumpers, so order your jumper and join us at the 2017 Harmony Cup in Melbourne!

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