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DINNER: Jason Smith, Richard Matson, Neville Bowden, James Matuszek, Gene Cleary and Nick Hooper prepare to the Black Diamond Biennale.Final touches are being put in place for what is sure to be a night of fun and indulgence.
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The 2016 St Giles Black Diamond Biennale is less than three weeks away and the event’s volunteers are working hard to ensure everything is just right for the big night.

It is hoped the event will raise $35,000 to go back into the child therapy services at St Giles.

The five-course truffles and saffron inspired menu was put together by four of Launceston’s best chefs and will be served in Launceston’s St Johns Anglican Church.

Matson Catering owner Richard Matson will be one of the chefs volunteering on the night and said he was happy to be able to help out an organisation such asSt Giles.

“Working around the theme of saffron and truffles, we will usea lot of local market produce andwe’ve put a menu together based on that,” Matson said.

“To be able to do something like this is amazing, it’s quite a logistical challenge because of the space but with the skills of these chefs it will be fantastic.”

The dinner is more personal forDrysdale teacher and chef on the night Neville Bowden as his daughter attends St Giles.

“Our daughter uses the services at St Giles quite a lot and has done for years, so I like to help them out wherever and whenever I can,” Bowden said.

Launceston bandBad Beef will provide the music for the event and drummerJames Matuszek said he was looking forward to being a part of the event.

“It’s wonderful to be able to help out with things like this and we always enjoy ourselves,” Matuszek said.

“We’ll be playing a bit more acoustic focussed on the night than we usually would and maybe a few covers thrown in there as well.

“We usually jump on opportunities like this and wherever we can, we’ll try to help out.”

Matuszek said the band will start out slow with only a few band members performing on stage but by the end of the night, the full crew of about six people will be playing together.

A large amountof the produce used on the night will come from local businessesTamar Valley Truffles and Tas-Saff Saffron.

The menu will include ingredients from Landfall Lamb andKyeema Seafoods and the wine list was donated by Brown Brothers Tamar Ridge Estates.

The Black Diamond Biennale will be held on July 29 from 7pm until 11pm at the St Johns Anglican Church in Launceston.

Tickets to the black tie event are all-inclusive and cost $250, to RSVP your interest email St Giles at [email protected]论坛.

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