Friday, July 12, 2013

Whats on in Sydney July 2013

Now & Then Markets – School Holiday Fun

When: 14 July Starts at 10am

Venue: Rowers on Cooks River (is conveniently located a short walk from Wolli Creek Train Station Time
This July, the family-friendly Now & Then Markets are once again taking over the Captain's Room at Rowers on Cooks River for a market extravaganza. But their upcoming Sunday, July 14th event isn't just for those who favour vintage and retro fashion and hand crafted jewellery and accessories - rather this event is all about the kids!

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Open Marrickville

Dates: 20 June to 30 July 2013

The Open Marrickville festival will unlock the talents and creativity of local communities and celebrate the many and varied cultures. 

Open Marrickville's ten days of storytelling, music, dance, art, theatre, food, and simply gathering together will reveal the uniqueness of local lives and stories. The ten day festival will open with the welcome event in Marrickville, and close with the Magic Winter Festival at the Addison Road Community Centre.

In between will be Greek, Italian, Portuguese and Chinese cultural festivals, a national anthem singing competition, a short film festival, art exhibitions, a ping pong tournament, an Arabic dance party, a NAIDOC Week event, a museum open day and a children's festival. Download a festival program from the Marrickville website.

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The Rocks Aroma Festival 2013

When: 21 July Where: The Rocks

Brews, baristas, fun and for free

For those of us who can't live without our caffeine; your festival highlight of 2013 is sure to be The Rocks Aroma Festival on Sunday 21 July 2013. And for those of you who have a non bean-drinker in tow, don't worry there's plenty of food and tea as well.

Situated in the historic Sydney location of The Rocks (as the name of the festival suggests); the alleys and streets will be taken over by roasters, dippers and mixers offering u all sorts of goodies to make your mouth water. Best of all; this annual event is free from the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority. Like previous years; Campbells Cove, Hickson Road Reserve and George Street will all play host this year to the entertainment and stall holders

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