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At the high art end, there will be what they’re calling “the timeless artistry of Indonesian traditional dances”.
As well, there’ll be arts and crafts displays and stalls, other cultural exhibitions, a fashion show – for it should not be forgotten that present-day Jakarta is home to some leading-edge designers – music workshops and live music performances.
This is always a family friendly occasion and there will be a kid’s corner to keep younger visitors occupied.
Best of all, there will be three raffle tickets to Indonesia (Sydney-Bali and Sydney-Jakarta) and other door prizes.
It should be remembered that this is always a packed out event, so think carefully about parking.
Indonesian Food and Cultural Festival, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, 8 Darwin Avenue, Yarralumla, 10.30am-6pm, Saturday October 29. Free admission.