Everybody loves a fair and Lane Cove residents love the Lane Cove Village Fair. Thousands of people attend the event and you are sure to bump into many people you know. Join in the fun of the Rotary Lane Cove Village Fair on 13 October 2019 between 9 am and 4pm. The Fair takes place in the heart of the village with Longueville and Burns Bay Road closed to cars.
What is at the Fair?
The Lane Cove Village Fair is organised by Lane Cove Rotary and is loved by young and old. There is entertainment, live music, food, market stalls and displays by community organisations. Find out more at the Lane Cove Fair website.
ITC will have a stall at the Fair and we would love to meet you at the stall. Please come along and say hi!! We will have giveaways, competitions and some surprises, not to mention our world famous Lane Cove Tea Towels.
9:00am – 09.45am Go Seek – Part I
9.45am – 10:30am Imagination Dance School
10:30am – 10:55am Wildlife Show
10:55am – 11:00am Opening by Lane Cove Mayor Pam Palmer
and President of Lane Cove Rotary – Stephen Miller
11:00am – 12 noon Go Seek – Part II
12 noon – 1:00pm Lane Cove Concert Band – Burns Bay Big Band
1:00pm – 2:00pm Lane Cove Concert Band – Stringybark Jazz Band
2:00pm – 3:00pm Horns Plus
3:00pm – 4:00pm Benjamin’s Big Band
Visit Sustainability Lane on Burns Bay Road.
Sustainability Lane is an annual event organised by Lane Cove Council. The event showcases sustainable living through a variety of stalls, demonstrations and live entertainment. Forming part of the wider Lane Cove Rotary Fair, Sustainability Lane showcases local community groups and businesses who are contributing to a more sustainable Lane Cove.
There will be plenty to entertain the kids with live reptile shows and interactive stalls, and the whole community can stock up on sustainable products and engage in solutions to matters important to them. Experts will be on hand to answer your questions on energy, energy efficiency, living plastic-free, composting, fermenting and permaculture.
The Council Tent will be a hub for advice and giveaways on reducing waste, saving energy, bushcare and backyard habitat.
Council encourages all visitors to bring their own reusable coffee cup and shopping bags on the day, as well as your reusable bottle to fill up for free at the water stations provided by Sydney Water.
See the big range of market stalls with some new stallholders. The market stalls are on Longueville Road.
The stalls are so varied in nature. There will be one stall by a young entrepreneur who is 12 years old. It is called Peppermint Rose – DIY candles and DIY candle kits.
Customers can make their own “sand candle” or purchase a kit to take home. When making a sand candle, the wax is scooped into the jar in layers to create a unique design. This is a fun and interactive stall for all ages.
Also on offer – various kits to take home: sand candles, soy candles and beeswax candles – these make awesome gifts!
Peppermint Rose will be at stall number 18, (just near Shorties) and offering a 20% discount on the “make your own sand candle” or one of the sand candle kits! (if you like their FB page ) **one per customer
Check out Peppermint Rose FB page: https://www.facebook.com/PeppermintRoseCandles
C3 Church Lane Cove will be there with their . “All we need is love!” campaign. This is what they told ITC:
At last year’s Fair C3 Church Lane Cove decided that strawberry jam was the way to Lane Cove’s hearts (remember our farmers doing it tough after the needles-in-the-strawberries scare?!). We used our creative juices to support some friends in need – both our farmers and our friends at Delvena refuge.
Our hunch was proved right – our jam sold like proverbial hot cakes! Even after we sold out at 11am, Lane Cove you were incredibly generous and kept on giving which helped us to raise over $600 for Delvena!
So once again this year, all kinds of delicious home-made jams will be available for purchase with all proceeds going to Delvena.
We look forward to seeing you at the Fair on Sunday 13th October at our C3 Church stall on Longueville Rd opposite Vinnies.
Don’t get yourself in a pickle! Get yourself in a jam! Let’s Spread the Love together Lane Cove!
Lane Cove Shops
You can also take some time to shop in the Lane Cove Shops – many of them will be open.
Burns Bay Road: Rides
The kids love the rides and the big slide is always a winner.
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.
Free Shuttle Bus
A free shuttle bus service will operate on the day to assist people getting to/from the event. View the shuttle bus route maps here.
Make sure you look for the Lane Cove Rotary Tent and buy a raffle ticket – the prizes are amazing. More details here.
Everyone loves a snag and Lane Cove Rotary will be selling snags up near the top of the Plaza. There are also food vans near the Post office.
What happens if it rains?
Lane Cove Rotary Fair is an outdoor all weather event. Rather than bringing an umbrella with you, we suggest bringing a disposable poncho in your bag.
What do I do if I need any assistance on the day?
If you need medical or security assistance for any reason during the Lane Cove Rotary Fair, please approach the Lane Cove Rotary Fair Tent.
What do I do if I’ve lost something?
Lost (and found) property will be taken to the the Lane Cove Rotary Fair Tent. Any uncollected items will be taken to the Lane Cove Council offices and will be available for collection up to four weeks after Lane Cove Rotary Fair, at which point it will be passed on to a charity.
Where Can I Park?
Parking is available at the Lane Cove Market Square Car Park, Coles Car Park (entrance via Sera Street) and the Little Street Car Park. Displayed parking rates apply.
Is it suitable for a person with a disability?
Yes! The Lane Cove Rotary fair location is at street level and easily navigable with accessible toilet facilities and parents room in Market Square above Woolworths (street level).
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