Dulwich Hill Village Fair

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Time Out says

Get ready for a fun day out at this exciting community festival

The Dulwich Hill Village Fair is the perfect day out for the whole family. Local food producers, musical performances, storytelling and a circus playground will keep you busy all day along Marrickville Road and the surrounding area. 

Dulwich Hill has become a hub for funky bars and cute cafés – that’s why this year's fair celebrates local artisan producers. One of them being Chrissy Flanagan of Chrissy’s Cuts, one of Sydney’s best sausage makers who has introduced Dully Locals producers hub to the fair. Join in on the panel discussion, ‘How to Start a Produce Business’ with Inner West Brewers Association. Hear all the tips and tricks from local food entrepreneurs and sample some of their delicious foods.  

On the mainstage, you’ll hear from the Dulwich Hill Rock Band, Jubilate Singers community choir and Groovemeisters funk-jazz party band. Be ready to move to the beats of Amera’s Palace drumming and belly dancing as well as the Sophia Ventouris School of Greek Dance. 

The Seaview Street carpark has been transformed into a children’s storytellers tent for the fair by local book store Gleebooks. The kids can hear from a line-up of authors including musician Josh Pyke, who has recently released his first children’s book Lights Out Leonard.

The kids will love Little Dulwich, where you can find the circus playground and activities including DIY face painting, mural painting, and a mad props selfie booth. The kids also have their own musical stage with a fun program including martial arts demos.

There’ll also be lots of food stores to keep your energy up throughout the day so you can make the most of this fun neighbourhood fair. 

By: Tanna Nankivell

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