Conservation Council World Environment Day Dinner 2014
Imagine a spectacular setting, sipping a glass of champagne overlooking a sunset panoramic view of Canberra, Lake Burley Griffin and beyond, enjoying a delicious gourmet meal while calming strings play in the background.
The Conservation Council ACT Region annual fundraising World Environment Day Dinner will be held at the beautifully scenic Arboretum with magnificent views looking out over Canberra. It will start with champagne and canapés and continue with a delicious three course meal made with seasonal and local produce, prepared by regional food hero Janet Jeff’s and her team from Ginger Catering.
The evening celebrations will include inspirational guest speaker Professor David Lindenmayer. David is a highly-awarded Professor of Ecology at the Australian National University who been a passionate advocate for landscape ecology and conservation science for over 30 years.
You will be entertained by laugh-a-minute satirical music duo Shortis and Simpson who are well known for their action-packed and timely political satire by music.
When: Saturday 31 May, 7pm
Where: National Arboretum
Guest Speaker: Professor David Lindenmayer
Entertainment: Shortis and Simpson
Starts with canapés and champagne followed by a three course meal
Bookings: $95 and can be made by ringing 02 6229 3200 or online at www.conservationcouncil.org.au
Partner: Ginger Catering
Conservation Council ACT Region, www.conservationcouncil.org.au, Clare Henderson, firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 6229 3200