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Definitely Not Your Typical School Lunch!

Dyatmika School Plans Innovative Progressive Dinner in Ubud Saturday, December 1.


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(11/26/2001)

The Dyatmika School of Sanur will sponsor a fund raiser on Saturday, December 1, 2001, with the support of 5 dining venues in Ubud and 20 participating retail shops in Bali.

Dubbed Dyatmika Dines - participants who pay Rp. 200,000 (approximately US$ 20) each will be invited to join a progressive dinner stopping at five locations in the Ubud area between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.. The festivities get underway with a cocktail party and silent auction at the Komaneka Gallery, followed by a Mediterranean Appetizer Platter at the nearby Three Monkey Cuisine and Art Café. Next, it's a stop for sushi, sashimi and a Japanese salad at Ryoshi Japanese Restaurant before a visit to Kafe Batu Waru for a selection of delicious Indonesian specialties. The evening concludes with "decadent" desserts and a wrap up celebration at Terazo Restaurant & Bar.

Along the way there will be silent auctions, lucky dips, door prizes and raffles. Participants will also qualify for 25% discounts at 12 leading Balinese retail shops.

Those wishing to make a weekend of it can take advantage of special accommodation packages available at Komaneka Resorts, Maya Ubud Resort, Ibah Luxury Villas or Fibra Inn.

Proceeds from the evening go to support the educational programs of the Sekolah Dyatmika - providing quality progressive education from their modern campus in the Tangtu area of Kesiman (Sanur).

For more information or to book a place on the Dyatmika Dines evening call the school office at ++62-(0)361-461874 or send and e-mail through the link below.


More information: E-mail 'Dyatmika Dines'

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