3rd August, 2023
Be inspired, try tasty treats and learn from entrepreneurs in the food and beverage business at St Paul’s School’s new Innovation Precinct at Bald Hills on August 3. You could also take a cooking class to learn a delicious, sustainably-focused recipe.
There are two events running in the evening from 5:30 – 7:30pm at our innovation precinct.
The first is our entrepreneurs’ forum. Listen to lessons learned from four entrepreneurs about how they started and grew their business.
Delighted that former St Paul’s student Sameel Deoji, founder of Chipita, a pita chip business, will be joining our other speakers including, Daneyl Green, nutritionist and owner of the Cooking Studio, Mix, Taste and Eat; Maya Krikke, founded Smakelij which is dedicated to producing high potency artisanal probiotic drinks; and Sam, Quinlan and Alastair Kimber from Sauc’d Lownslow, who have together created delicious spices.
After their presentation you will be able to sample tasty treats from the market stalls.
Interested in attending the Good Food knowledge sharing event? Register here.
We also have a sustainably focused cooking class in our new kitchens. Participants will learn how to create banana-peel, ‘pulled-pork’, burgers. This cooking class is limited to 20 so book early to secure your place.
Worried about childcare?
We have organised a movie for viewing in the library pit for children aged from 5 to 11. If you’d like to take advantage of this, please email Dr Stanley. Contact details in the booking.