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Cut Your Lunch at Federation Square

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May 12, 2012
11:00 amto3:30 pm

Though most people out there reading this are surely old enough to not need their mum to cut up their lunch for them anymore, Cut Your Lunch is an organic veggie garden at Federation Square that will certainly stand out in the concrete jungle that is the CBD. Visitors can come and make their own lunch with all the fresh lettuces, herbs and veggies to choose from. Though the Greens Party might be in strife from Bob Brown quitting, this is one party that won’t be in shambles with all the free food and fun activities for families to develop a green thumb from. Carnivores need not bother coming.

WHEN: Saturday 12 May, 11am-3:30pm
WHERE: Federation Square, Melbourne
WEB: http://www.fedsquare.com/


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