BROUGHT TO YOU BY
The Mauritius Cultural Association of Brandon
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Entertainment will be provided by the one and only Island Vibes Dance Group with modern and traditional Sega music with traditional Mauritian instrument like hand drum (Ravanne), djembe, cajon, triangle and maravane.
Bring your family and friends to “visit Mauritius in two days” on January 24 & 25 at the Central United Church in Brandon. The Mauritius Cultural Association is celebrating its 10 Year Anniversary in Brandon.
Bol renverser (upside down bowl)
Bol renversé translates (unsurprisingly) as ‘upside-down bowl’. It’s a theatrical Sino-Mauritian dish that is found in Chinese restaurant menus across the island. The surprise is in the unveiling of the perfect dome of rice, topped with chicken and vegetables in a soy and oyster sauce. It is then crowned with a fried egg, which you take great pleasure in piercing so the golden yolk trickles down the sides.
Mauritian Fried Noodle – (Mauritian style)
(flat bread) with potato curry
(tomato sauce) with chickpeas and vegetable
Traditional Mauritian Roti – (Farata/ Paratha)
with the fillings that are served with it. This is a popular street food in Mauritius
Keer – Mauritian style Rice Pudding
Pop & Water
We will have a “Mauritian Store” where you can buy Mauritian Specialty items.
Central United Church
327 8th Street
THU JAN 23: CLOSED
FRI JAN 24: 6:00pm – 11:00pm
SAT JAN 25: 1:00pm – 11:00pm
CASH / DEBIT & ATM
ENTRANCE / BUSY TIMES
– BUSY: Daily opening and peak dinner hours
– Some of line inside building
– Dress for the weather
– Free street parking on 8th Street, Lorne Avenue and surrounding streets.
– Please be aware of lanes, private driveways and bus stops.