Bubble Muffin Kids’ Cooking Club back on the Plate at Moree
IT is not just adults’ taste buds that will be tantalised at the upcoming Moree on a Plate Food and Wine Festival – youngsters from across the district are encouraged to come along and learn about fresh local produce and healthy food choices.
After a two-year hiatus, ever popular Melbourne show Bubble Muffin Kids’ Cooking Club returns to Moree on a Plate for the fourth time, and will hold a number of interactive stage shows demonstrating the benefits of healthy food.
Bubble Muffin makes no secret of the fact that Moree on a Plate is one of its favourite events, and the national act loves the opportunity to teach a new generation about the benefits of healthy eating and sensible food choices during this year’s festival, to be held Saturday, May 11 on the grounds of Moree Secondary College’s Albert Street campus.
The genius behind Bubble Muffin is performance artist Kevin Starow, who says this year’s performance will be a little different from previous, focusing on a Mexican theme.
‘My energetic and hands-on acts ensure kids are totally engaged and excited, making healthy eating really fun,” Kevin said.
“This will be my third visit to Moree; I love the community and the festival.
“I’ve had lunch in the olive groves, seen the cotton picking, swum in the artesian hot pools – I can’t wait to see what is next in store.”
And there will be plenty in store for the littlest members of the community, with a jam-packed Kids’ Korner sure to entertain.
Face painting, jumping castles, craft stations and muffin decorating are just some of the activities lined up, with the $2 donation entry fee ensuring an affordable and fun-filled day out for the whole family.
For more information go to www.moreeonaplate.com.au
Words and Image: Georgina Poole