It’s Easter this Sunday and Urban Street Food will be cooking on Commonwealth Reserve in Williamstown enjoying the last day of the school holidays. The foreshore of Williamstown is quite spectacular and is the perfect spot to spend a relaxing Sunday with the kids before the business of Term 2 begins.
The weather will be a pleasant 19 degrees so quite a nice day to be outside.
We’ll have our Vegan & Gluten Free fresh spring rolls available on the day…a very healthy option if you feel that you’ve eaten too much chocolate!
The Market runs from 10am – 4pm and is always held on the 3rd Sunday of the month. www.williamstowncraftmarket.com.au/
Hope to see you there.
I 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.
Our eggs come from chickens who are genuinely able to freely roam about.
And our organic chicken comes from Inglewood farms.
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
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.
Urban 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