Yarraville Community Centre to host a Winter Festival at Beaton Reserve: Celebrating Community Spirit and Winter Cheer!
News > Yarraville Community Centre to host a Winter Festival at Beaton Reserve: Celebrating Community Spirit and Winter Cheer!
Yarraville Community Centre is proud to announce its upcoming Winter Festival at Beaton Reserve between 11am and 3pm on Sunday, 4 June 2023. The festival, aims to promote inclusivity and diversity, with a focus on accessibility for all.
The Winter Festival is funded by the Maribyrnong City Council and aims to celebrate the diversity and vibrancy of the local community. There will be live music performances by local artists and a range of food and beverage vendors on-site, offering a delicious array of winter treats and warm drinks. There will also be plenty of activities to keep the children entertained throughout the day, including a petting zoo, Princess on Skates, and face painting. The Trugo Club will also be offering a chance for festival goers to test their skills at a unique Australian sport.
“We’re thrilled to be hosting the Winter Festival at Beaton Reserve,” said Chris McCall from Yarraville Community Centre. “This event is a fantastic opportunity to bring our community together and celebrate all that makes Yarraville such a vibrant and welcoming place to live. Our aim for the festival is to provide a fun and inclusive event for the local community to enjoy, and we hope to see a great turnout on the day.”
Yarraville Community Centre is a not-for-profit organisation that has been providing educational, recreational, and social activities to the Yarraville community for over 47 years. The Winter Festival is just one of the many events and programs offered by the centre, which aims to foster a sense of community and promote social cohesion.
Admission to the Winter Festival is free, so come along and join us on Sunday, 4 June, for a day of fun, food, and entertainment at Beaton Reserve.
For questions, comments, and volunteering opportunities, please contact Yarraville Community Centre at [email protected] or call us on 9687 1560. For more event information please visit www.ycc.net.au/winter-festival.
We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land, the Wurundjeri Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation and lands on which Yarraville Community Centre is located and where we work. We pay our respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging. Always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.