NDIS Social Groups Program
Friday Night Social Group
TGIF! Join the 100 Mile Foodie Friday Night Social Group for Friday food, fun, and friendship. From preparing a meal together and watching a movie with your mates to a night out cheering for your team at the footy, we guarantee you’ll have Friday on your mind!
Saturday Night Social Group
Weekends are made for socialising with friends. Burgers and bowling? Mexican and mini-golf? Or perhaps you’d prefer some popcorn and the latest release? Saturday night will always be alright when you join the Saturday Night Social Group.
Sunday Bake Club
Who doesn’t love cakes and cookies? Join the Sunday Bake Club where you’ll bake delicious sweet treats while making new friends. You’re sure to be very popular when you bring your creations home to share (if you haven’t eaten them all first!).
Master Chef Kids Age 10-17
You’ll give the Junior Masterchefs a run for their money after discovering new foods and experimenting with exciting recipes in the 100 Mile Foodie’s Masterchef Kids Club. Make friends with fellow Master Chefs as you cook up a storm and enjoy the fruits (and vegetables) of your labour.
Living Skills Cooking Program
Running most weekdays, the Living Skills Cooking Program covers everything from creating a weekly grocery budget to laying a table and presenting a meal. Often utilising seasonal food from the 100 Mile Foodie garden, you’ll explore new tastes and textures, learn about positive food choices and portion control, and connect with others as you gain vital life skills in a fun, friendly atmosphere.
Micro-Enterprise 12-week Program
Tap into your inner entrepreneur with the 100 Mile Foodie Micro-Enterprise Business School 12-week Program. Run in conjunction with Boss Brain join the ranks of our existing Micro-enterprise business owners as you learn all there is to know about setting up and running your very own business.
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In 2013, Marlene Hoff took her passion for local, sustainable, ethical food and wine to the next level. With a strong desire to create positive change, paired with her background as a chef and hospitality trainer, it was a natural progression to develop a business that gave people a better appreciation of where their food comes from, along with its ethical and environmental impact. 100 Mile Foodie endeavours to use the most locally sourced, sustainable and ethical produce available, and encourages us all to eat with conscience rather than just fill our tummies.