Party time for real coffee industry changes!
Fusion Mornington Peninsula and Commonfolk are joining forces to host the "World's Dodgiest Shave", a fundraiser to support the work of Fusion Mornington Peninsula and Commonfolk's training program.
After going 4 years without a haircut, the one and only Heather Dwyer is willingly sacrificing her long ginger locks to raise funding to prevent and support young people experiencing homelessness on the Mornington Peninsula through the work of Fusion.
The highest bidder (as of 8:25pm on the night) will get to choose the haircut that Sammy will give Heather.
8:30pm You all get to witness his dodgy hairdressing skills!
Expect an evening filled with smiley faces, sparkling fairy lights, burgers, good company, incredible music and Sammy Keck's dodgy hairdressing skills!
Your attendance is a great chance to support the work that Fusion Mornington Peninsula does with all entry fees going straight to Fusion. All food sales will go straight to the New Commonfolk training program. There will also be the opportunity to purchase some Fusion Merchandise on the night.
$5 entry, Burgers (veg option also) fries, and brews available for purchase, funky times on the house.
We are common folk, for the common good of our dairy farmers. Drink the milk from human kidness with $1 from every milk coffee going towards our dairy farmers.
Commonfolk is excited to present Vinnie Munyosi, one of the directors of The Cup That Counts and its affiliate Zukuka Bora Coffee in Uganda. You'll have the opportunity to ask questions about the Ugandan coffee industry and the impact Commonfolk is having on a global scale. Following the Q&A we’ll launch into our annual Latte Art Smackdown where the best baristas from across the Mornington Peninsula gather to fight it out for the title of Latte Art Master. If you don’t have coffee skills come on down and check out the show. There will be beer, burgers and general good times.
Spaces to compete are limited to if you want to enter get in touch with Sam on 0401 961 109 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Entry to event is free – entry into Latte Art Smackdown is $10 winner takes all. All money raised on the night will go directly to ‘The Cup That Counts’.
Join us for our public cupping session every Friday from 10am. Be among the first to sample our latest coffees, learn about origin and roasting, and have a great caffeinated start to your day!
To book you spot on the cupping table email email@example.com
We are excited to host Gabriel and Flavia, the husband wife team behind one of our favourite Brazilian coffees, Bom Jesus, for a curated cupping session here at Commonfolk. We will be tasting the coffee from Bom Jesus as well as a number of micro-lots from their friends and neighbours.