Multicultural Events & Festivals on September

How are you doing everyone?

Me? well, I jsut have finished summarizing the list of all the multicultural events/festivals held in Sydney for the rest of this year.

I should say it was not an easy work to search, select, edit and organize in a format, but worth it!

Until now, I haven’t quite known there are such valuable and variety of events focused on Sydney’s multicultural aspects!

What the best point of all is …. most of them are free to enjoy!!!

In this post, I will only list for the September events that will arrive very soon 🙂

But unfortunately, there are some events held on a same day, so you might need to choose where to go, haha.

Have a look the list first and I am sure you will find some interests!

  • 10 Sep [A National Scandal: Perspectives on Australian/Asian Intermarriages] at Customs House Library

The Chinese Heritage Association of Australia to celebrate History Week 2009’

Individuals from both the Chinese and Anglo-Saxon Aus communities, and Dr Kathie Blunt will discuss why intermarriage between Asians and Australians was a national scandal.

http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/WhatsOn/html/custom/2234-event-details.asp?EventID=75472&ref=feed

  • 10 Sep [‘Love Sydney’ Festival] at Sports Centre, Sydney Olympic Park

Celebration with all the people of Sydney

All free for food, rides, pamper zone, music, Skate Park for a night out

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Love-Sydney/115374416643

  • 12 ~13 Sep Cronulla Spring Festival at Cronulla Plaza

The annual Cronulla Spring Festival celebrates the arrival of Spring’

Over 100 market, food stalls, kids rides, free entertainment, a phychic and wellbeing fair are held.

http://www.sutherland.nsw.gov.au/ssc/home.nsf/ApprovedByHeading/B856C80891A4A9AECA2574FF00008961?OpenDocument&Expand=2

  • 13 Sep [Festival of the Winds 2009] at Bondi Pavillion, Bondi Beach

Kite flying, Food stalls, kids rides and multicultural entertainment’

http://www.festivmedia.com/new/index.htm

  • 13 Sep [Marrickville Festival 2009] at Marrickville and Illawarra Roads, Marrickville

The one of largest annual festivals in the Marrickville area’

Free entertainments draw crowds of more than 50,000 people each year to celebrate Marrickville’s cultural diversity.

http://www.festivmedia.com/new/index.htm

  • 19 Sep [!Viva Mexico] at Randwick City Council

Independence Day celebration’

Free entertainment for the whole family includes El Grito & Mexican dance groups, live music, food and drink.

http://www.festivmedia.com/new/index.htm

  • 19~20 Sep [Eurofest 2009] at Ararat Reserve

Sydney’s European communities showcase their culture’

Non-stop entertainment & the best of European beers, also giant Eurofest fireworks will be held.

http://www.eurofest.org.au

  • 20 Sep [Chilean Independence Day Festival]

Chileans celebrate their National Independence Day’

A range of folklore, traditional foods stalls, performances and live music will be held.

http://www.latinos.com.au

  • 20 Sep 2009 Festival Ritmo at Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour

An occasion to share the tolerant and harmonic atmosphere when the Brazilian people join the AUstralian multiculturalism’

About 27,000 participants are expected to try the best of the Brazilian cuisine like Feijoada, and traditional dances such as Samba, Capoeira.

http://www.writtenlife.net/ritmo-brazilian-festival-09/

  • 27 Sep [City of Sydney Spring Cycle] at Sydney Olympic Park

Sydney’s most popular annual recreational cycling event

Cyclists of ages and abilities come together and enjoy cycling through the city’s most picturesque surroundings

http://www.springcycle.com.au

Personally, I am really interested in the first two events: Asian and Australian intermarriage & Love Sydney.

It will be absolutely a good opportunity to appreciate and celebrate diverse sydney!

In the next post, I will bring the festival list for the rest of this year.

Fee free to leave a comment if you are interested in joining one or more of those events, so we will might meet you there 🙂

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