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LET'S CELEBRATE THE FEAST OF ST JAMES -

DINNER & CAMINO MOVIE.

"World at Arms Length"

DATE: Friday 19th July 2019

TIME: 6:30pm - 10:30pm

VENUE: Suzanne & Adrian Dowds 

ADDRESS: 5 Huxley Court, Bayswater VIC  3153

TOTAL COST: $20 per person 

This $20 fee covers the cost of roast chickens, roast potatoes & hot beverages and booking fee. 

Please note -  $5 from each ticket will be dontated to our host Suzanne Dowds charity foundation.  

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A night that offers you a opportunity to be part of the celebrations of St James and the Camino Community in Melbourne. 

Our evening will start with a communal meal then we will watch the documentary  called "The world at arms length" - see trailer below.

This film is a personal journey of deaf-blind man Sven who wants to prove to everyone he can walk 800km along the Camino de Santiago with the aid of his assitant.

In tradition to the pilgrims meal where everyone contributes to the blessings on the table, each of us is required to bring a plate of food to share for our communal meal. 

COMMUNAL MEAL MENU:

Pre - dinner: -  Nibbles & Drinks

Roast Chickens 

Roast Potatoes

Garden & Pasta Salads 

Assortment of  Desserts

Tea & Cofee 

BYO: Alcohol  & Non Alcohol beverages

In order not to double up on what food offerings other people are providing, please selet what food you are bringing to share when you submit your RSVP via this booking. (Its no good having 10 salads and no desserts)

If you have special dietary requirments you may like to consider bringing something that you will be able to eat and also share. Please select "Other" when you are booking your seat.

If you have any questions please contact Joanne Cashman on 

Mobile: 0417 137 369 

BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL  - Seats are limited  - 

Reserve your seat today & come along and celebrate the "Feast of St James" 


This gathering is for the purpose of connecting with fellow pilgrims who have walked the Camino or wish to walk the Camino in the near future.
My intention is simply to reach out and bring as many pilgrims together to form a connection and bond of friendship, and for any future pilgrims may these connections inspire you to pack you back pack and experience the Camino yourself.

I sense that my family and friends have had enough about me talking about the Camino and really don't get it, and I am sure that I am not alone with this experience.
So come along and connect with others who know how you feel and understand how the Camino touches something deep within your soul and changes you.
Looking forward to seeing you there.

Buen Camino
Joanne Cashman