I am always looking out for new experiences, wherever I may find myself.
Enjoy an evening of live music with your family and friends at one of the Ku-ring-gai Council's Twilight Concerts in the Park this spring. There are two concerts in the series, with one taking place in Wahroonga and the other a month later in Killara. Both of them are free to attend and will have delicious food and wine on offer.
The first concert in the series will run on Saturday September 14, from 5.00pm to 8.00pm, at Wahroonga Park, which is conveniently located right next to Wahroonga train station. Performers on the night will include Karl Broadie at 5.00pm, Joe Moore at 6.00pm and the Daryl Braithwaite at 7.00pm.
The second concert will take place on Saturday October 19, from 5.00pm to 8.00pm, at Selkirk Park (which is also not that far from Kilara train station). Performances at this concert will have a stronger jazz influence than those the September show, with Australian jazz band Galapagos Duck hitting the stage at 5.00pm and Rhonda Burchmore and the Ray Alldridge Jazz Ensemble to perform at 6.00pm.
At both events there will be a range of food stalls where you will be able to get your hands on some delicious wares, like gozleme, sausage sandwiches from The Lions Club of Ku-ring-gai's sausage sizzle and coffee, cakes, pies, wraps, gelato and ice blocks from The Travelling Barista. Viet Yum will also be bringing traditional Vietnamese food to the Wahroonga concert.