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November 15, 2013

Glebe Street Fair

This year, the Glebe Street Fair turns the big 3-0. To celebrate, it promises to be the biggest Glebe Street Fair so far – and since last year’s Fair attracted 120, 000 visitors, claiming it’s going to be even bigger this year is a big statement to make.

This year’s theme is “curious”, satiating that strange feeling by revealing every nook and cranny of the rabbit hole that is Glebe. Featuring various musical stages, roaming street performances, market stalls and more, the Fair is giving Glebe residents, musicians, artists and businesses the spotlight they deserve.

Entry to the Fair is free, so come down and enjoy the best Glebe Fair yet!

 

Glebe Street Fair

Glebe Point Road and surrounding streets, Glebe

Sunday 17 November

FestivalBondi Yoga Festival

If you’re in the Eastern suburbs this Sunday and you’re ready for a relaxing day of deep breathing, then the Bondi Yoga Festival is just the ticket. Located in the Bondi Pavillion. With a mission to promote positive consciousness and a healthy lifestyle within the community, the Yoga Festival’s main points of attraction are:

Yoga – a variety of different styles and traditions of yoga will be practiced.

Speakeasies – Powerful speakers such as Mark Breadner, Paul Turner, Samantha Nolan-Smitha and others will be dishing out inspiration and positive vibes for attendees.

Music – local and international musicians will take to the stage to provide the soundtrack for the festival.

Food – Various vegetarian, vegan and raw cafes throughout Sydney will be providing the healthiest and tastiest food for the Festival’s attendees.

Tickets for the Festival are priced between $70 and $110, get in early to avoid disappointment! You can view the schedule and book tickets here: http://www.bondiyogafestival.com/tickets

 

Bondi Yoga Festival

Bondi Pavillion, Bondi

Sunday 17 November