Council To Put On Free Lunch For Newbies To Town!
There is such thing as a free lunch!
If you’re new to Orange, Orange City Council wants to shout you lunch!
Council is hosting a free lunch for anyone who has moved to the Orange region in the last year and a half.
Orange Mayor Reg Kidd said moving to a new city can be daunting but a free lunch for new residents was on Sunday May 30 to help make the transition a little easier.
“The welcome lunch is an easy point of contact for people who have moved here and want to meet people in similar situations, or want to get a bit more local knowledge from Council staff.“The New Resident Welcome is a casual lunch where the kids can run around in the gardens.“The adults can then spend time getting to know each other and getting to know what their new community in Orange has to offer. “New residents might want the hot tip on where the best cycle tracks are, the best bush walking courses or perhaps find somewhere to volunteer their time and skills.“Council staff, councillors and a few local politicians will be there to help answer as many questions as we can. “It’s usually a very well attended event and anyone who has moved here in the last year or so is welcome to come along.”
The lunch is on at the Orange Botanic Gardens, at Yellowbox Way from 11am to 1pm, May 30 bookings are essential.
RSVP via trybooking.com