Believe in Bendigo presents their inaugural Yellow Tie Dinner A Celebration of the Growing Diversity in our Regional City on Saturday 15th of July 2017 at St Paul’s Cathedral, Myers St, Bendigo at 6:45pm.
Join the inaugural Believe in Bendigo dinner, an occasion for reflection, inspiration and friendship.
Tickets $80, Students $60, Tables of 8 $600
Includes: Two course dinner. Drinks at bar prices
The ticket price funds this event. Other Believe in Bendigo funds are preserved for our Believe in Bendigo education events.
Damian Wells will MC an action packed evening.
DIVERSITY, DIGNITY & DIFFERENCE.
A conversation between a journalist, a priest, an imam and a businesswoman…
- Annika Smethurst a Walkley Award-winning journalist and the National Political Editor for the Sunday Herald Sun, Sunday Telegraph and other News Corp mastheads.
- The Very Rev John Roundhill the Dean of the Anglican Church In Bendigo.
- Shiekh Alaa El Zokm an inspiring & positive Imam from the Heidelberg Mosque.
- Margot Spalding a member of the Believe in Bendigo Steering Committee.
British soprano Pamela Jackson
Karen singer Nay Ye Thwey Aung
Music Students from BSE
Dja Dja Wurrung Performance
Plus! The launch of the Believe in Bendigo video series, “A Wealth Of Diversity in Bendigo”
Dress: Black Tie with a hint of yellow!
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