Indira Naidoo: Book Party & Discussion
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12/11/2015
When: 12/11/2015
6:30pm-9:00pm
Where: Australian Consulate-General
150 East 42nd Street
34th Floor, Monash Room
New York, New York 
United States
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 BOOK PARTY & DISCUSSION WITH INDIRA NAIDOO

            11 DECEMBER 2015

Following the runaway success of her bestselling debut The Edible Balcony, Indira Naidoo returns with The Edible City, an inspirational collection of stories of ‘green guerrillas’ all over the country on a mission to convert wasted urban land into productive spaces to grow food.
 

Meet and hear from Indira herself during her special visit to New York City!

WHEN
Friday, 11 December, 2015
6:30PM - 9PM


WHERE

Australian Consulate-General
150 East 42nd Street, Floor 34
New York NY
 
TICKETS
$15 members / $20 non-members
Includes refreshments

                                                                                             
                                              
                                   

About Indira Naidoo




  

Indira Naidoo's television broadcast career has spanned more than two decades. She has anchored and reported for some of the country's most distinguished news and current affair programmes, including the ABC's Late Edition nightly news and SBS TV's award-winning World News Tonight.

 

In 2009 she was selected from 2000 applicants to be trained by former US President Al Gore as a climate change presenter. In 2013 she was appointed an ambassador for the Sydney homeless centre the Wayside Chapel and conducts weekly gardening classes on its award-winning rooftop vegetable garden.

 

Indira's bestselling book The Edible Balcony documented her adventures growing fruit and vegetables on her inner-city balcony and then making them into delicious recipes. She also writes the popular food and gardening blog Saucy Onion.


 

 




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