There’ll be good food, workshops and laughter at Roseville this September when My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 comes to Roseville Cinemas to help raise money for our young people in need and bring the community together.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 opens at Roseville Cinemas on the 7th of September, and the neighbourhood will play host to a ‘Greek Street’ initiative to raise money for the very worthy local charity, KYDS. As well as showcase great local businesses and unite the community.
“We have some incredible shops down the strip that are ready to blow your socks off,” says Emma Addario, the Director of Roseville Cinemas.
“In conjunction with Roseville Cinemas, Slowbreads Roseville will be baking a variety of Greek breads and pastries, Pizza Olla will have Greek pizza, salads, and desserts, plus The I Am Project Australia will have Greek themed workshops available and more. This fun filled event will include exclusive Greek deals so you can experience each store and what they have to offer.”
‘The charity KYDS and My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 tie in together with the theme of how important community is,” adds Emma. “Especially after a very difficult COVID-19 period. And the ‘Greek Street’ campaign aims to help all the neighbouring businesses work together to create a connected community, attracting customers to this strip as a place to eat, shop and socialise. Join us for this month-long event!”
The I Am Project Australia is a natural skincare and wellbeing store that focuses on positive psychology and self-talk through their products, workshops, and parties. They’ve been running workshops since 2010 that not only discuss ingredient benefits and skincare routines, but also show how to shift your thinking to inspire creativity and strength. For the ‘Greek Street month’, they have released four unique Greek inspired workshops.
The movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 is highly anticipated so grab your tickets fast and help support KYDS, a truly wonderful local charity based in Lindfield.
“KYDS provides free, confidential counselling and mental health support services for young people up to the age of 19 across Northern Sydney,” says Communications and Campaign Coordinator Rochelle Geeves. “Each year we deliver around 6000 sessions without the need for a Medicare card, GP referral or mental health plan. All of this ensures young people can access support when they need it, for as long as they need it, without any barriers.
“KYDS is delighted to partner with local businesses in Roseville on this wonderful community event. Fundraising support such as this is critical to KYDS’ ability to continue to provide free counselling to local young people – we do not receive routine government funding and therefore rely on community generosity to provide our services,” says Rochelle.
“We are extremely grateful to Roseville Cinemas, The I Am Project Australia, Slowbreads Roseville and Pizza Olla for their support,” adds Dr Anthony Rigney, CEO of KYDS.
The funds raised will go towards the provision of KYDS’ free counselling service to young people in Northern Sydney. Each ticket purchased will have a direct impact on young lives.
You can purchase tickets here for the charity event screening of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3, on September 7 at 7.15pm.
The ‘Greek Street’ initiative will be running from Friday, 01 September – Saturday, 30 September with the participating businesses mentioned. For details on The I Am Project Workshops, please visit: https://www.theiamprojectaustralia.com.au/