Dulwich Hill Village Fair

Delicious food, live entertainment, a wide range of market stalls and fun for kids – it’s all happening at this year’s Dulwich Hill Village Fair on Sunday 11 September.

The Main Stage will offer up live entertainment from local singer/songwriter Ivy Jane Browne, hip-hop artist Sabrina Soares, YuNiOn Taiko Percussion ensemble plus performances by indie pop/rock band Ex Cassette, Afro Kids, Savvas and more.

Kids can get their groove on to popular act Lolo Lovina, learn a thing or two from the Australian Martial Arts Academy, be captivated by a Village Blacksmith demonstration and enjoy live petting zoo and garden games.

Hungry fair-goers will have a hard choice to make – from paella, to chorizo and prawn rolls, organic beef and pork belly burgers, African cuisine and more. The diversity of local produce will be celebrated with stalls from Cornersmith Picklery, Serendipity Ice Cream, Dulwich Hill Gourmet Meats and Strawberry Fields Patisserie.

A range of speciality markets will offer everything from eco-friendly clothing to handmade jewellery, gifts and locally made artisan products.

Featured activities at the Fair include:

Village Made Demonstrations: Uncover village secrets at this year’s Village Made demonstrations. Hear the story behind ‘bacon jam’ from the Shoe Chef Cafe, learn how to select the best cheese from The Larder and gain insights into handmade jewellery from Connie Dimas – plus more tips, tricks, tasty samples and Fair day specials.

Library Book Sale:The book sale will take place outside the former Dulwich Hill library branch, located at 12-14 Seaview Street, Dulwich Hill. Members of the Marrickville Library branches pay just $1 per book. All non-members pay $2 per book

The new Dulwich Hill Library open day: The Dulwich Hill Village Fair will also be an opportunity to see the new Dulwich Hill Library, The Emanuel Tsardoulias Community Library. The new library larger than the old library, with the additional area allowing more room for computers and other activities. The new library is named after the late Councillor who passed away in 2014, at the age of 38

Anthony Albanese book signing: This year’s Dulwich Hill Village Fair also features a special appearance by Anthony Albanese MP. He'll be signing copies of the new biography, Albanese: Telling It Straight by Karen Middleton at Gleebooks.

3rd Annual Inner West Women’s Shed Exhibition: The exhibition will showcase works by Inner West Women’s Shed members and their families. Stalls, raffles and free workshops at Seaview Hall, 12-14 Seaview St, Dulwich Hill. www.facebook.com/innerwestwomenshed

Dulwich Hill Village Fair is along Marrickville Road, Dulwich Hill on Sunday 11 September 2016, 10am – 4pm. www.innerwest.nsw.gov.au/dulwichhillvillagefair

For a print quality image from last year’s Fair, contact the Communication team.

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Elizabeth Heath, Communications and Marketing Coordinator, 9392 5334 or 0428 115 292
Madelaine Love, Communication Officer, 9335 2063

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