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Look out for the chilli
On the last day of the OzAsia Festival come to the Migration Museum for a free community event, The Spice of Life festival.
This free festival will explore some of the social and cultural traditions surrounding the use of spices in South-East Asian culture, particularly the Indonesian region. The Spice of Life is a day of family entertainment which highlights the wonderful benefits of our multicultural society.
Expect free cooking demonstrations, and cultural performances from the region featuring live music and dance.
Activities for kids include hands-on workshops which will teach children how to make jewellery from spices. Before long they will be in your kitchen whipping up a red curry seafood dish.
Fun things to do for the rest of us include cooking demonstrations by MasterChef contestant 2015 Rose Adam, If your culinary skills aren't great, then pick up some fashion tips instead at a fashion parade showcasing colourful traditional Asian attire.
After seeing the Bollywood dance performances you can kick off your clogs and see how you go at come-and-try demonstrations, with Gamelan and Angklung live music performances to help you get in the mood.
The Spice of Life Festival is being organised by members of South Australia's Asian community in collaboration with the Migration Museum, It runs from 11am to 4pm and is a fantastic way to get a real taste of South-East Asia.
This fun day at the Migration Museum will be the perfect warm up event for Indofest 2015 the next day.