Upcoming events for AIA-SA
All members and friends of the Australian Indonesian Association of South Australia are invited to the Annual General Meeting which will be held on Sunday 18 November followed by a shared picnic in the park. We are seeking new committee members so give it a go!
DATE: Sunday 18 November
TIME: 11:30 am
VENUE: Ridge Park, Barr-Smith Avenue, Myrtle Bank
BYO food, drinks, picnic chairs etc.
If you can’t make it to the meeting you can nominate a proxy to represent you by downloading a Proxy form, complete and submit it to the Secretary via the email address on the form. If you’re not a financial member you can join on the day.
NOMINATE FOR THE COMMITTEE
Think about nominating to join the Committee and make a contribution to the work of the Association. We meet once a month and organise events, activities and contribute to charitable work to better the understanding between Australia and Indonesia.
If you are interested in nominating please download a Nomination form, complete and submit it to the Secretary via the email address on the form.
Our next monthly Indonesian Food Appreciation event at Foodland Frewville is on Wednesday 28th November, from 11.30 – 1.30pm. As part of the lead-up to Indofest-Adelaide 2019, our local chefs are cooking up a taste of Indonesia for shoppers! Join them and invite your friends along. Our chefs for the rest of the year are:
Olivia Atmadja – Wednesday, 28th November
Seruni Marshella – Wednesday, 12th December
Expressions of interest sought from cooks:
The AIASA Inc. Committee is seeking people interested in presenting Indonesian cuisine to Adelaide shoppers. Ingredients and an honorarium will be provided. This opportunity is available exclusively to AIASA members. If you are interested in participating, please contact AIASA Committee Member, Amalia Sosrodiredjo: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you missed our Easter bushwalk to Morialta Conservation Park on Saturday 31 March, there will be others. Stay tuned to find out the next date for a relaxed walk with AIA-SA members led by Shanti Omodei-James and friends.