Pyrmont Festival 2013 in its third year with the Mudgee Region, celebrated ten days of Wine, Food & Art. The Festival presented two days May 18 – 19 in Pirrama Park this year, a weekend free outdoor event featuring 150 wines from Mudgee winemakers, Mudgee food producers with the seventh annual Pyrmont Art Prize and the local Schools Art Project.
This year, IGA raised $3,000 for the The Kids Cancer Project with their BBQ. Barnardos had a popular stall with face painting and other activities, and young buskers drew in crowds. The Star featured a demonstration kitchen with all their top fine dining chefs.
The focus of the 2013 Let's Talk Business Seminar Series has been on helping small to medium business operators understand and develop their business to meet the needs of the growing number of tech savvy consumers.
The City of Sydney's draft Neighbourhood Parking Policy is on public exhibition until 5 July. The draft policy will make the City's parking controls transparent, consistent and easy to understand, while balancing the needs of residents, businesses and visitors.
Three professional artists judged the artwork in competition in the seventh annual Pyrmont Art Prize and carefully selected their top three, whilst the public voted for the People's Choice Award. There were top awards for the Schools Art Project as well. And the winners are ...
Stand up legend and celebrated Hollywood personality Chris Tucker will bring his rapid fire wit and signature delivery to Australia for the very first time this June.
The Festival launched 30 April at Bistro 80 at The Star. More than 200 fanciers of wine, food and art attended, and Lord Mayor Clover Moore spoke about the the attractions of the Pyrmont Ultimo peninsula and the growth of the Festival, noting how every year the launch audience grows.
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