The Bethania Community Centre held their first food truck and music event in early June and the community turned out in numbers.
The night was cold but there were lots of hot and tasty food and coffee and plenty of great music being played to keep the kids and some enthusiastic adults dancing for hours.
Over 400 people showed their support for the event and by the end of the night all the food vendors had sold out.
The food included Hungarian, Japanese, Italian, donuts, waffles, coffee, and fried food of all kinds with event goers finding a seat and settling in rocking away to the tunes.
Bethania Community Centre President said it was so great to see the community come out in these numbers and support our event.
“This event was the brainchild of our Treasure Peta Tago who did so much work in planning and organising.
“We would not have pulled this off without the support of dedicated volunteers Sharon and Gail who worked tirelessly throughout the night.
“Thank you to Cr Tony Hall, Bert and Judy van Manen for coming down and to all of the wonderful people from the community; your support means so much to all of us.”
The community centre holds many events throughout each month and has many regular hirers who do everything from belly dancing, self-defence, yoga and more.
The next Bethania Eats event is on July 2 at the Bethania Community Centre, 88-118 Station Road, Bethania.