Neighbourhood Watch

Things to do, Fairs and festivals Free
Friends and families enjoy the Neighbourhood Watch food and drink
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Invite your neighbours to a day of music, art and food thatโ€™s all about community

Public House Petersham is decking out their car park for a family-friendly Inner West party. Live entertainment, pop-up bars and food stalls dishing out classic PHP grub will transform the expansive lot on March 25.

The line-up includes Aussie hip-hop collective One Day, Spit Syndicate’s Nick Lupi, the multi-talented FlexMami and two live performances from the all-woman, all-attitude Bad Bitch Choir. If you’re not in the mood to dance, you can watch art in the making as local graffiti artists bring a little colour to the car park walls.

Neighbourhood Watch is bringing back a close-knit community spirit to local festivals, so the whole family is welcome, even the dog. And they haven’t forgotten about the kids: they’ve got bubble machines, face-painting and other activities sure to keep them smiling all day.

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