Bayside Community Fair Sandringham

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This Sunday Urban Street Food will be in Sandringham enjoying  the lovely bay side weather…28 degrees and sunny!!!!

Firbank Grammar will be hosting the 2014 Bayside Community Fair and it’s going to be FUN!

A lot of work has gone in to organising this event and you can be sure that a great time will be had by all who attend. Here is what the council website has to say about the event:

Firbank Grammar Bayside Community Fair

Community Event

 

When: 30 Mar 2014
Time: 11am – 4pm
Where: Sandringham House, 45 Royal Avenue
Sandringham
Cost: Free entry and $5-$35 for rides
Organiser: Firbank Grammar
Phone: 0411 707 630
Website:
Description:
Join us for a fabulous day of fun and entertainment at the Firbank Grammar Bayside Community Fair on the new grounds of the Sandringham House campus.Free Entry • Live Music on Centre Stage • Gourmet Food • Market • Arts & Crafts • Amazing Rides • Petting Zoo • Show Bags • Wine Raffle • Silent Auction • Sports Zone & Loads More Fun!

Pre-purchase an all day unlimited ride pass for only $28 (available online until midday Friday 21st March – www.trybooking.com/EBQL) or at the Fair for $35. A wristband allows you to enjoy all these rides – all day! UFO Thrill • The Jungle Maze – 144 square metres of maze – a brand new attraction for Bayside! • Chair-O-Plane • Shark Slide • Tiger Jumping Castle • Abseiling Wall • Petting Zoo

Hope to see you there!

Chita Pacheco

 

Flemington Craft Market at the Racecourse

It’s that time again…yay!

Flemington Craft Market is a highly regarded market by those in the know, and when you stroll the isles you can see why, true craftsmanship by very talented people!

Urban Street Food will be there with our Spring Rolls, and for the first time at Craft Markets Australia…our Gluten Free Rice Paper Rolls!

Hope to see you there.

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CERES Autumn Festival 2014

Harvest14_Banner_640x350-01I LOVE this place! CERES Environmental Park in East Brunswick. I would live here if they would allow it!

Instead I’ll just have to make do with enjoying their Autumn Festival, which is always amazing!

Urban Street Food will be there and we will be serving our Spring Rolls and our Gluten Free/Vegan Rice Paper Rolls.

We shopped ethically for this event with our organic fruit & vegetables coming from Replenish in Williamstown.

IMG_3474 IMG_3475 Our eggs come from chickens who are genuinely able to freely roam about.

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All our packaging on the day is minimal and is compostable.

The Autumn Festival is HUGE and is such a great day of fun and education for everyone, kids and adults alike!

Autumn Harvest Festival

22-Mar-2014

Location at CERES: Village Green

 

Our biggest and best festival of the year: a little slice of country in the heart of the city.

Saturday 22nd March 2014 marks the 15th year of the CERES Harvest Festival. This free annual event is expected to attract around two thousand locals with activities for kids, free workshops, practical demonstrations, live music and opportunities to connect with local food growers and artisans.
Catch some sublime music on the village green with Liz Stringer and other local performers – see list below.

Go to the CERES website to find out more.

Festival of Live Art (FOLA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOLAWe’re really excited to be a part of this amazing, moving, intriguing & inspiring display of talent…right here in Melbourne!

Urban Street Food will be based at Arts House (North Melbourne Town Hall) Friday night 6-10pm, Saturday night 4-10pm and Sunday 11-4pm. We’ll have our delicious Spring Rolls on offer as well as our Gluten Free Fresh Rice Paper Roll, and rolling our for the first time…drum roll…Texan Slingers! Mini soft rolls filled with spicy Texan Pulled Pork and fresh crunchy coleslaw! Yum!

Take a look at the fun to be had:

Festival of Live Art (FOLA)

Presented by Arts House

Arts House will erupt into a giant four-day live art experience, animating every space with over 20 projects including one-off encounters, durational works, short performances, club nights and more.

The Festival of Live Art (FOLA) hits Melbourne for the first time in March, with performances, experiences and happenings that defy convention and put everything on the line to seduce, cajole and provoke.

Catch Game Show from Thursday, Sam Halmarack and the Miserablites (UK) from Friday, and don’t miss Saturday’s Live Art Dance Party. There’s more though – at North Melbourne Town Hall on Friday night and Saturday, over 15 live artists will animate every space, creating durational, one-off encounters, short performances, works in development, installations and general good times – all free! Come and explore, hang in the bar, see a show, watch a band and grab one or all of the experiences on offer. Plus you can continue well into the night at the FOLA club from 9.30pm at the Meat Market from Thursday to Saturday!

On Sunday head to the Meat Market – where you can come and go as you like between a ten-hour endurance printmaking performance complete with live bands (culminating in a human live branding) at Performprint; as well as The Long Table – a free-form discussion hosted by UK artist Lois Weaver. Short attention span? Never fear: on the hour, every hour are performances throughout Meat Market, North Melbourne Town Hall and the Warehouse which will keep your mind occupied.

Most events are free, with some ticketed performances. Drop by, catch a show and experience FOLA!”

Hanging Rock Craft Market

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The Craft Market at Hanging Rock is always such a special event due to both the incredible array of talented stall holders and the natural beauty of the park.

Urban Street Food will be there this Sunday with our crunchy, hot spring rolls!

“Craft Markets Australia will host two special craft and produce markets at this well known tourism icon yearly. Visitors can expect to find an excellent variety of both local and regional stalls offering quality Australian Made products, delicious gourmet foods and fresh home grown produce.”

“The Macdeon Ranges is less than an hour’s drive from Melbourne along the Calder Freeway and only half that time from Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport. Hanging Rock is easily accessed from the A79 Calder Freeway which passes by on the eastern side of Woodend or via Mt Macedon or from the M31 Hume Highway by turning off at Kilmore and travelling through Lancefield, or alternatively from Wallan via Romsey. There’s ample parking, great public amentitites and easy walking.”

“Entry fee $5 (half price, normally $10)Parking is supervised by the Shire of Macedon. Normally $10 per car per to enter the Reserve. On Market days, patrons will be charged only $5 per car for full access to the Reserve, including Hanging Rock.”

Music For The People 2014

music_posterUrban Street Food will be here serving up hot, crunchy spring rolls as well as gluten free rice paper rolls!

Music for the People 2014

Presented by Moreland City Council

Saturday 15 March 2014
Shore Reserve, corner Melville Road and Reynard Street, Pascoe Vale South

Come and celebrate the closing of the Brunswick Music Festival with this free family event.

Program of activities and entertainment

Music for the People promises to delight with a program of activities and entertainment that celebrates the wonderful cultural diversity of Moreland.

The program offers something for everyone with a selection of world music and interactive sessions, children’s activities and market stalls.

So pack a picnic, gather family and friends and come along to enjoy celebration of cultural riches on the lush lawns of the picturesque Shore Reserve in Pascoe Vale South. Don’t forget your dancing shoes!

MC: Ee’da Brahim

  • 4 pm: Welcome to Country
  • 4.15 pm: La Descarga
  • 4.30 pm: Gator Queen
  • 5.05 pm: Lotek
  • 5.40 pm: Jigsaw Sneakers
  • 5.55 pm: Seven Seas Music
  • 6.30 pm: A Contra
  • 6.50 pm: Kazband
  • 7.25 pm: Polonez
  • 7.45 pm: Kylie Auldist and the Glenroy All Stars