Lane Cove Festival: September 2017
This year's Festival is filled with events that celebrate Lane Cove's dynamic history, landscape, lifestyle and community. With live music, workshops, film screenings, exhibitions, talks, walks, gatherings, sporting activities and more, there is plenty to delight and excite Lane Cove residents!
Judy Bailey At Your Request Concert: Request your favourite song from Lane Cove's revered jazz legend and her quintet. Friday 1 September. ONLINE BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL.
Coffee Carnevale in the Plaza: A celebration of Lane Cove's thriving coffee culture. Saturday 2 September.
Cameraygal Week: Celebrate Aboriginal Culture and Heritage with a week of film screenings, a traditional storytelling event, bush tucker workshop and more! Monday 4 - Sunday 10 September.
Screen on the Green at Hughes Park: Enjoy the family friendly flick The Secret Life of Pets (G) in Lane Cove's newest park. Friday 15 September.
Judy Bailey's Jazz Connection Big Band in the Plaza: Be dazzled by the energy of Big Band music at the finale event for the 2017 Lane Cove Festival. Saturday 30 September.
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Kaleidoscope of Lane Cove: November
This event celebrates cultural diversity in Lane Cove with a range of live performances, entertainment and workshops taking place in the Plaza on a Friday afternoon in November.
Sunset in the Village 2017: January – February
Take advantage of the warmer months and enjoy free film screenings, live music, local bushwalks, creative workshops, public art, gallery exhibitions and more! This program also includes our popular annual Lunar New Year celebration, a very special Sunset Artists Market and brand new Lane Cove village history audio guide.
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Autumn Harmony: March 2017
Celebrate cultural diversity in Lane Cove and beyond with this diverse program of music, film screenings, exhibitions, talks and food.
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Guringai Festival: May - July
The Guringai Festival raises awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in the Northern Sydney region. Lane Cove is one of eleven councils who contribute to the festival program, along with numerous reconciliation and community groups. The program includes workshops, art exhibitions, performances, films and talks, as well as Children's Voices for Reconciliation.
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Village History Audio Guide:
Immerse yourself in Lane Cove village’s history with a brief and entertaining audio guide that will take you back to Lane Cove’s beginnings through to today.
To access the guide you can download the free izi.TRAVEL app to your personal device via the Apple, Google and Windows app stores or download from the izi.TRAVEL website.
To find the guided walk, search ‘Village History Audio Guide’ once in the app to discover text, audio, images and GPS tracking to guide you along the walk.
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Council’s Cultural Development Officer
Phone: 9911 3594