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Mission’s Mexican Festival

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September 16, 2012
3:00 pm

Fiesta Forever! Come kick it with a FREE afternoon of delights for Mexican Independence Day!

Masterchef 2012 Winner Andy Allen and former fellow Masterchef contestant Ben Milbourne will be cooking up a storm of treat, whilst you don your sombreros, shop through a traditional Mexican market, or kick it to some of the live bands playing for the white, orange and green. Ondelay!

Tequila Tromba will be there to give some more insight into the magical juice, Mexican jewellery will be displayed by Vikkig Design and Mexican artist Emma Garza Lopez will also showcase her work.

There’ll also be a Piñata making course, which you can hopefully take your worldly frustrations out on afterwards.

This event is as cheap as free!

WHEN: Sunday, 16 September, 12-6pm
WHERE: Federation Square, 2 Swanston Street, Melbourne
WEB: thatsmelbourne.com.au/Whatson/Festivals/ArtsandCulture


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