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Spanish fiesta

01 Oct 2012

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Get ready for the sound of flamenco music and the taste of paella.

The Docklands-based Spanish Latin America Welfare Centre (CELAS) is holding a Spanish festival this month.

CELAS is a not-for-profit, government-funded organisation, which has been based at The Hub since January this year.

The organisation aims to assist the Spanish-speaking community in Victoria by providing services such as aged-care, community volunteer schemes and playgroups.

This year, the organisation is celebrating 35 years of service to Victoria’s Spanish-speaking community.

To celebrate, CELAS is holding a Spanish festival called Sounds of my Land at the Waterfront City Piazza on October 13.

“There will be traditional food, music and performers,” CELAS centre manager Adriana Osorio said.

“It’s a great opportunity for us to celebrate our culture as well as our 35th anniversary of servicing the Spanish-speaking community in Victoria.”

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