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March 30, 2019 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm

DON’T FORGET THE VILLAGE FEAST CAKE AND HOMEBREW BEER COMPETITION

Melbourne Food and Wine are holding a cake and homebrew beer competition during the Village Feast at Jindivick. We want to encourage all the local makers to enter their items. The CWA is judging the cakes, and
Sailors Grave Brewing is judging the homebrews. It will be a fun competition (not serious!). The categories are:
• Kids Scones
• Sponge Cake
• Chutney
• Homebrew
Drop your goods to The Hall between 12 and 2 pm on 30th March. Judging from 2 to 3 pm and winners announced on the central stage at 3 pm.

The perfect dose of fun

Please see the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival

Note: Postponed to 30 March due to smoke.

Tickets from http://www.melbournefoodandwine.com.au/program/the-village-feast-7178

The Village Feast is the day trip of your dreams. Located just over one hour from Melbourne, the tiny town of Jindivick can be reached quickly and easily by car or public transport. Bring the family or round up your squad and make a day of it.

A day pass gets you entry to The Village Feast, where multiple pop-up stalls will line the streets offering exceptional food, drink and produce (for purchase) complemented by entertainment including a town fair for kids, competitions and live music.

Children 12 and under attend free (but they must have a ticket to gain entry). Persons under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

More information on getting to and from Jindivick is available on our website and will also be sent with your tickets.

Featuring:
The Butcher – Alejandro Saravia, Farmer’s Daughters and Pastuso
The Green Grocer – Shannon Martinez, Smith & Daughters and Smith & Deli
The Chinese Restaurant – Victor Liong, Lee Ho Fook
The Pub
The Café – Jindi Caf x Matt Moran collaboration
The Milk Bar presented by The Weekly Times – Gippsland Jersey and Jacican
The Bakery – Tamsin’s Table Cake Shop
The Deli and Smokehouse– Trevor Perkins, Hogget Kitchen
The Dispensary – Loch Brewery & Distillery and Bad Frankie
The General Store – featuring Gippsland wines
Produce Market – stallholders from across Gippsland
The Town Fair – fairground fun, competitions and stalls for the kids
Live music and entertainment