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Russian Club Night coming to Norwood with Siberian dumplings & booze

The Russian House are hosting a delicious feast at their Norwood venue on Friday 1 October.

Images: Russian Community Centre Adelaide

The Russian House are hosting a delicious feast at their Norwood venue on Friday 1 October.

The dinner comes as part of their ‘Russian Club Night’, which is held on the first Friday of every month at the Russian Community Hall.

Guests can expect to enjoy an amazing menu filled with borscht, Siberian dumplings, vareniki, piroshki and other traditional Russian food, along with a fantastic selection of drinks, and Russian themed entertainment.

The Russian Community Centre in Adelaide was established in 1949 and continues to organise and host many regular cultural functions and activities for members of the Russian-Australian community, as well as South Australian Community at large.

In what was formerly known as Wesley Church, in 1983 the Russian Community Club found a home at 239 on the Parade in Norwood, in one of the most elegant buildings of the Nineteenth Century found in South Australia.

The Russian House is gorgeously renovated to highlight the buildings historic features and is available for hire, making it the perfect venue for all styles of functions.

Enjoy a delicious, traditional Russian Feast at the Russian House on Friday 1 October from 6:00pm.

To find out more, check out the event on Facebook.

Find the Russian House at the Russian Community Centre at 239 The Parade, Norwood SA 5067.

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