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The Edible City with Indira Naidoo

The Edible City with Indira Naidoo

Date posted: 07 October 2015

Celebrated Australian media personality and food security, sustainability and gardening champion, Indira Naidoo, is coming to Adelaide Botanic Garden in October!

Hosted by Diggers Garden Club, Indira is presenting two special events to celebrate the launch of her latest book, The Edible City.

The Edible City High Tea

Thursday 15 October
3-4pm
Noel Lothian Hall, Adelaide Botanic Garden, North Terrace
$45 per person, bookings essential

Indira will team up with The Diggers Club to celebrate the launch of her new book over an extravagant high tea on Thursday 15 October!

The Diggers Club founders Clive and Penny Blazey will also be there to raise a toast, and Indira will be on hand to sign copies of her book.

Bookings are essential and can be made by calling 03 5984 7900 or by booking online.

The Edible City lunch and lecture

Friday 16 October
12-3pm
Botanic Gardens Restaurant, Adelaide Botanic Garden, North Terrace
$75 per person, bookings essential

Share a delicious two-course lunch with Indira Naidoo and Clive Blazey while indulging your passion for gardening, food and sustainability at the same time!

Hear Indira speak about her passion for gardening, food and sustainability and be inspired by Clive’s thoughts on the best gardens and plants for Australian gardeners.

Bookings are essential and can be made by calling 03 5984 7900 or by booking online.

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