The zero waste Cafe is back

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This January 27, our little (well not that petit anymore..) Go Green Cafe is back with a series of events for 2017!

 

We've been away for quite some weeks due to holidays, but now you'll find us every Friday, 6pm-8pm, in our usual location - the Ruthrieston Community Centre. 

 

Our first event of the year is very much a Scottish favourite - join us for a Burns Night, with haggis, neeps, tatties and other treats on the house. 

Joining us for the occasion we'll have some storytellers and Scottish poets, there'll be songs and annecdotes, just bring yourself and a friend or two!

 

As usual, we're open to everybody in the city, student or not, neighbour or not!

 

See you there!

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