STAR POWER: Team Zircon members and Pokemon Go will help relaunch Dubbo’s Midnite Cafe on Saturday night. Photo: Contributed
Nanjing Night Net

The relaunch of Dubbo’s Midnite Cafe on Saturday night is expected to draw star power in the form of Team Zircon members and Pokemon Go.

The cafe has been inrecess for four months to allow for the recruitment of more volunteers to run it.

Midnite Cafe volunteer and music director Jordan Smith has issued an open invitation to “come down, hang out, play card games, have coffee and listen to live music” from 6pm to midnight.

Everyone is welcome including families and youth aged 12 to 17.

“We’re trying to create that space where young people can come along and hang out,” Mr Smithsaid.

Dubbo City Youth Council has thrown its support behind Midnite Cafe where an art exhibition and live music is planned forSaturday night.

They won’t be the only drawcards.

Mr Smith said a “couple of the boys” from Team Zircon ofDubbo College Senior Campuswould also attend.

This month the team was awarded second place atthe World 4×4 Finalin Coventry, England.

Pokemon Go trainers should also bedropping lures.

“Anyone of any age can play Pokemon Go, which is awesome,” MrSmith said.

“They can come along, hook up to the free internet and play all night.”

Midnite Cafe is on the corner of Darling and Wingewarra streets, adjacent to Victoria Park.

Entry is free but donations willhelp pay forDubbo College Senior Campus student Natalie McMahon’s participation in the University of Singapore’s science summer camp.

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