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Earlwood Village Festival

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Held annually since 2001, the Earlwood Village Festival is an event that combines all the unique qualities of Earlwood's diverse community. The varied mixture of cultures in the area will ensure that there is an abundance of good food and a variety of entertainment on the day.
The Earlwood Village Festival takes place in the heart of Earlwood, near the intersection of Homer Street and William Street. The Festival promises plenty of bands, dancers and cultural performers, as well as children's amusement rides and wonderful international cuisine.

Local dance academies, school groups and professional entertainers are sure to have something to keep every member of the family entertained. The kids will love the petting zoo and the adults will enjoy browsing and shopping amongst the market stall and shops.

"Earlwood is one of the most bustling, thriving town centres in our City of Canterbury.

Its reputation is second to none for long-established, high-quality, boutique small businesses and retailers, which reflect our diverse, flamboyant and enthusiastic community.

All will be proudly on display at the Earlwood Village Festival, so come along, bring a picnic blanket and enjoy the great community spirit in Earlwood,"
Mayor Robert Furolo said.

Earlwood is located just 12 kilometres from the Sydney CBD. The closest train station is Bardwell Park.

Parking is available in the side streets but will be popular. Buses run regularly along Homer and William Streets.

Sunday 6 November, 10am Ė 4pm
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Why? To celebrate our multicultural communities
When: Sunday 6th November
Where: Corner of Homer and Willams Streets, Earlwood
Cost: Free to attend with many free activities as well
Comments
That first picture makes me want to go. Why must it only be on for one day? It looks like a bunch of cultural and yummy fun. Is the Bardwell Park station a very long walk from Earlwood? I donít drive, so I hope itís not too bad.
By Maz Serena Rockers - senior reviewer
Wednesday, 2nd of November @ 02:39 pm
Its not a long walk but it is up a rather steep hill so make sure you have your comfy shoes on!

By Karen - senior reviewer
Wednesday, 2nd of November @ 04:55 pm
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