ITC has always really enjoyed September and October in Lane Cove. The weather is usually delightful, the trees start to bloom and the Cameraygal Festival is in full swing. Here are just five events you will want to attend in the next two months.
As you all know by now ITC has a PhD in coffee drinking. We try each day to get out and sip a cuppa from a different coffee shop. It is a hard job but somebody has to do it. The Coffee Carnevale celebrates our love of a good brew. It has become such a success that it was recently featured on Sydney Weekender. Check out the coverage here.
The Lane Cove Coffee Guide is being launched on the day. There are almost 30 coffee shops listed along with maps to help you navigate your way throughout the village, well beyond the Plaza and into Greenwich, Northwood, Riverview and Lane Cove West. Can’t make it on the day? Visit Council’s website after the day to download your guide or pick it up from your local cafe.
Get ready to soak up the energy from the Plaza (and your coffees!) at this year’s Lane Cove Coffee Carnevale. For more information, including the latest list of in-store coffee shop specials, visit Council’s website www.lanecove.nsw.gov.au/carnevale or see our blog here.
Bring the whole family to watch local artists paint and listen to the latest works from our local poets. Picture yourself relaxing in a stunning garden and having a champers.
Carisbrook’s beautiful springtime gardens are the perfect backdrop and Devonshire teas will be on sale in the courtyard. Who does not love scones and jam!!!!
WHERE: Carisbrook Historic House, 334 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove
Carpark entry via Waterview Drive
WHEN: Sunday 11 September, 12:00pm – 4:00pm
COST: Adults $8, Concession $6, Family $20
ENQUIRIES AND BOOKINGS: Terry Eakin, 9428 1364 or www.trybooking.com/MBQV
The Indian Bazaar is a favourite event for families and teenagers. It has a huge carnival atmosphere. It is a bit like a mini Sydney Royal Show (complete with people spruiking hams like there is no tomorrow). There are rides, oyster bars, jumble sales, food, farm produce and a wine auction.
The Bazaar is held at St Ignatius College Riverview, however, this is not a school event. It funds the Jesuit Mission’s work in over 13 countries, empowering the most vulnerable people to transform their lives and build brighter futures.
Celebrate cycling in Lane Cove by joining Lane Cove Council’s Bicycle Advisory Committee for the 4th annual Lane Cove Big Family Fun Ride, Sunday 18th September. The ride starts at 11am, at the corner of Epping Road and Longueville Road. Find out more here.
The Lane Cove Village Fair 2016 is on 9th October 2016. It will be a day full of fun, music, stalls, rides, food and activities for all the family. Come and enjoy the Fair and help raise funds for the Rotary Club of Lane Cove projects both locally and abroad.
A free shuttle bus service runs every 20 minutes from 9am to 3pm along three local routes. You can view the bus routes here.
There will be road closures on the day of the event on Longueville Road from Birdwood Avenue to Central Avenue and Burns Bay Road between Finlayson Street and Tambourine Bay Road.
More details will be released soon but read about all of last year’s activities here.
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