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Bowling for Cambodia 2014 - This DO has finished

Bowling for Cambodia 2014
 9 Nov, 2014 - 9 Nov, 2014
 Sun 3:00pm - Sun 9:00pm
 40 Stirling Stret
  North Fremantle, WA
  Community

DO Tickets

Adult
$ 10.00
Ticket Sales are Closed
Child (5-15)
$ 5.00
Ticket Sales are Closed

DO Details

Our biggest annual fundraiser is here again. 

This year you are guaranteed your usual fair of: 

LAWN BOWLS (BAREFOOT)

LIVE LOCAL MUSIC

DELICIOUS BEVERAGES ON TAP

SCRUMPTIOUS FOOD

KIDS ACTIVITIES

VINTAGE MARKETS

GOOD VIBES

All funds raised will go towards Samaky Foundation who provide education and training to disadvantaged kids and adults in a little community outside Siem Reap, Cambodia. 

Bowling for Cambodia has proven to be a great success the last two years and provided the lifeblood of our organisational funding! The 3rd year will not fail in achieving that again. Come and indulge in a great Sunday session with your mates/family/love/grandma and support a great cause! 

Gate opens 3pm and music will be playing all afternoon into the evening. Live music acts include James and Tim Sherry, the Galloping Foxleys and more. Food is available for purchase including Barnaby's Banh Mi (vietnamese baguettes) and Pete's Curries (vegetarian options for both) and a Cake Stall. Childrens activities will be on for the afternoon including painting and face painting. The bowls club bar is open all evening (at bowls club prices!) and a vintage clothing market there if op-shopping is a game you like to play! And of course, lawn bowls can be played all afternoon through to the night.

For updates please visit our event page on Facebook www.facebook.com/samakyfoundation or our website www.samakyfoundation.org or for more info contact Jess on jessica@samakyfoundation.org

DO Organiser

 Jessica Wintersorganiser
 0413264043

DO Supports

The Samaky Foundation is a small organisation aimed at improving the conditions of a small, poverty stricken village on the urban fringe of the city of Siem Reap, Cambodia. The organisation provides free education and training to the community. Our key objectives are in community capacity building and sustainable development.

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