Iftar Friendship Dinner – Melbourne, Australia

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bmin-logo693The Brimbank and Maribyrnong Interfaith Network in partnership with Australia Light Foundation Mosque invites you to join us to celebrate an Iftar Dinner (evening meal when Muslims end their daily Ramadan fast at sunset) on Saturday 27 June 2015 at 5:15pm at the Australia Light Foundation Mosque, 291-293 Sunshine Road, Tottenham.

The venue has disability access and car parking facilities at the front and around the side and back of the building. Please wear modest clothing covering thighs and shoulders. You may be asked to remove your shoes or cover your head. This is a no cost community event but registration is essential. Limited spaces. All welcome to attend. RSVP by 19 June 2015: lightfoundation@hotmail.com or call 0419 876 846. Please inform us on any dietary requirements so that it can be taken into consideration. For more information about the Brimbank & Maribyrnong Interfaith Network and other events visit www.bmin.org.au
aus light foundationThe Australia Light Foundation is located in the western suburb of Tottenham in Melbourne and serves a number of neighbourhood and cultural groups. They are a network of cultural, social, educational, sporting, and religious organisations with a common affiliation with the Islamic community predominately from the north and west of Melbourne. The existing centre has developed a strong reputation for providing a range of culturally sensitive services and programs that attract a broad range of culturally and linguistically diverse participants. It is unique in providing a place for worship, social activities, education programs, and welfare and employment information and support programs in a single venue.
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