Saturday, August 22, 2009

2009 Festival of Moroccan Events

Come Inside Morocco for a week of events 
that will excite and stimulate!

Lazy Afternoon – Sunday 23rd August, 1 - 5pm
Join Janet Belchamber, co proprietor of Inside Morocco and enjoy a lazy afternoon in our newly
created ‘royal tent’, a new exotic space we’ve created to show off luxurious Moroccan furnishings
available for hire. We will be offering newspapers, Moroccan pastries and mint tea. For the kids
we will have face painting and balloons. Our Interior Designer, Sarah Gamtcheff, will also be on
hand to help with any queries you may have about finding a spot for that perfect exotic piece!

Free Gifts – Monday 24th to Wednesday 26th, 10 - 5pm
Any transaction in-store will be rewarded with a complimentary hand painted
tiny tajine or carved timber kohl bottle.

Late Night Shopping – Thursday 27th, 5 - 9pm
Try late night ‘shopping and champagne’ . We’ll be showcasing the Moroccan styled events we
have participated in and some lucky customers will receive door prizes.

Movie Night – Friday 28th from 7pm
We’ll be showing “Babel”, set in Morocco and starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett, in our ‘royal
tent’. For a decadent experience we will be serving authentic mint tea and a selection of platters
during the movie. Places are limited for this evening at $20 per person. BYO.
Please contact us on 8132 1414 to RSVP.

Food and Festivities – Saturday 29th, 12 - 2pm
Sample delicious Moroccan food by Mohamed Bartaouch of Marrakech Restaurant,
66 King William Road, Hyde Park. We will also have Kleo the Gypsy Fortune Teller giving readings
and Vanessa from Velvet Henna will offer henna painting from 3 - 5pm. We will be showing
“Babel” from 7pm. Places are limited at $20 per person. BYO. Call 8132 1414 to RSVP.

Moroccan Travel Seminar – Sunday 30th August, 2pm
We’ll wind up with a travel seminar by Kerrie Buivydas, co-proprietor of Inside Morocco.
Kerrie’s knowledge of Morocco is extensive, having lived and worked near Ifrane for two years.
She’ll give an insight into experiencing the many facets of The Western Kingdom.

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