Oatley Village Festival
Saturday 19 October 2019
The award winning Oatley Village Festival is one of the largest community events in the St George area, attracting over 15,000 visitors each year.
With over 180 fabulous food, craft and novelty stalls for bargain hunters, there is something for everyone. Foodies will enjoy the variety of options from German sausages, paella or indigenous cooking at the Goanna Hut.
For the young and adventurous, attractions include the Lego Challenge, plus amusement rides, animal farm, face painting, and the ever popular Harley Davidson Bike rides.
Where else could you experience a thrilling ride on a Harley motor bike, find a bargain at the Trash and Treasure, watch a movie at the 7D Movie Cinema or just enjoy the stage entertainment?
Our fabulous town crier will again be on hand to greet and entertain guests throughout the day. Attractions include live entertainment of dance groups and bands, including the popular Hips band. Roving bands include crowd favourites St George Sutherland Scottish Pipe band and the Riverwood Air League Marching Band.
Oatley Flora and Fauna will be launching the 7th edition of the Oatley Calendar 2020. This year the calendar features Then and Now photos of local scenery and land marks.
This year the super popular Lego Challenge will be held at the Oatley Uniting Church Hall in Frederick St Oatley from 9.00am.
Off-street parking will be available at the Oatley Campus (entrance via Hurstville Road). Otherwise avoid the parking hassles by walking, cycling or catching a local bus or train to Oatley.
For local residents, a FESTIVAL COURTESY BUS will be available for FREE collections and returns in the local area. To book your festival bus trip, contact Maree at the Mortdale Community Service, Mortdale. Ph 9579 6322 Mon-Fri 9am – 4.30pm
Oatley Village Festival has raised funds for a wide range of local community projects. Community support has enabled Oatley Lions Club to contribute over $190,000 in the past five years to local community projects. Funds this year will be donated to local charities and community groups, Lions Foundations and Children’s Cancer Research.
Last year the festival raised over $40,000 to support community projects.
Volunteers are always welcome to help on the day. For details email email@example.com
For more news and updates visit the website at www.oatleylions.org.au
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