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Global Stews: Potluck Dinner and Celebration

February 26 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

All are invited to this partner event being planned by several members of the Immigrant Dignity Coalition –

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SUNDAY, FEB. 26, 2023
4 to 7 pm
GLOBAL STEWS: Potluck Dinner and Celebration
for immigrants, refugees, allies, and advocates

Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church, Social Hall
103 William Howard Taft Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
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This is an inclusive family event. Several volunteers will prepare six tasty stews – two vegetarian and four with meat, from different cultural cuisines in the church kitchen to serve at the meal. You can also expect rice, fresh fruit, and nonalcoholic beverages. The “potluck” portion of the meal will be donations of favorite cookies, dipping breads, and/or other main dish offerings that represent your culture. IMPORTANT: You do not need to bring a food offering to attend. If you bring a food contribution, please drop it off with one of the kitchen staff before entering the event. The kitchen door is on the left just before the main Social Hall entry doors.

This is a FREE event. We will have a donation jar at the welcoming entry table for anyone who wishes to make a donation.

This celebration event will include music, activities for children, delicious food choices, and lively table conversations with translators available. It will be an opportunity for building new friendships and growing connections among all in attendance.

The Social Hall has a capacity of 175 people. It has a handicapped entrance, convenient restrooms, and a piano. We will have seating for 150 people.

Questions concerning the event should be directed to Linda Ford at lford6529@gmail.com.

Details

Date:
February 26
Time:
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Venue

Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church
103 William Howard Taft Road
Cincinnati, OH 45219 United States
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