Multicultural Family Potluck Night at Lord Dufferin Junior and Senior Public School April 25th

Article & Photo Contributed by Lenka Gazova. Lord Dufferin JS PS is a multicultural school, we have students and families from all over the world!  Therefore, we’ve decided to celebrate our diversity and represent the countries where we’re coming from not only by cooking or baking tasty dishes, but also by wearing traditional clothing during the event.

 
It has been parent council’s yearly tradition of putting together a Family Potluck. This year we welcome all the parents, students, teachers and community members to share some of their favourite dishes originating from different parts of the world.

 
Parent Council’s current number 1 priority is to fundraise for the school’s kindergarten and 8th graduate’s ceremonies to make celebrating their achievements more special.  We would like to take this opportunity to connect with the readers, businesses and everyone who is willing to help by donating items such as gift certificates, gift baskets, packages, tickets, classes to sell through the silent auction that will be held during the potluck on April 25th .

 
You may contact us by email LordDufferin.SchoolCouncil@tdsb.on.ca,
in person at 350 Parliament St at Cole
phone 416 393 1760ntributed by PeteFacebook at LDPSparentcouncil.

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