Following on from an amazing event last year, the Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce will again be hosting the Biggest Little Banquet down Mullumbimby’s main street.
On the evening of Saturday, 3 September, Burringbar Street will be closed off and a single table will run its length with enough room to seat 300 people to a three-course meal.
The Banquet will be prepared by local restaurants including Spice it up Thai, The Courthouse Hotel, and Poinciana, while Mullumbimby High School students will once again prepare the desserts and wait on patrons. Vegetarian options will be available.
Mullumbimby Community Gardens are growing a range of produce for the restaurants to feature in the meals and the gardens will be supporting the waste-wise plastic free event by collecting food waste for compost.
Chamber President Obi McDonald-Saint says the event is about bringing the community together.
“We had so much positive feedback from last year’s event, we were very excited about organising this year’s banquet,” Obi says.
“There’s something very special about hundreds of people from the community breaking bread at one table.”
The Banquet will be pirate themed and an adults 18+ only affair. Prepare for some piratic fun and games to complement the evening’s festivities.
BYO alcohol will not be permitted, as organic wine and beer will be available at two marquees on the night.
Tickets are now on sale for $50 at the Mullumbimby Newsagency.