Festival on the Green - DinoFest

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When

Sunday 7 May 2017 10am - 4pm

Where

St Ives Village Green, Memorial Ave St Ives

Entertainment

DinoFest is set to excite as attendees are invited to explore the Jurassic-themed festival and get up-close and personal with the prehistoric animals that once ruled our planet. 

Giant dinosaurs will roam the park and perform in live and interactive shows throughout the day. Young paleontologists will get a chance to uncover hidden fossils or watch on as characters from ABC TV’s Dinosaur Train go on an adventure live on the main stage.
The Festival is also a great opportunity for Ku-ring-gai’s homegrown talent to take the stage with performances from school and community groups throughout the day. 

Stalls

Application's for stallholders are now closed.

All applications will be considered and you will be notified in writing of the outcome by Friday 24 March

For further information please contact events officer Mardi Pistachia  on 9424 0980 or mpistachia@kmc.nsw.gov.au or Rachael Thomson on 9424 0868 or rthomson@kmc.nsw.gov.au

Transport

Limited street parking is available in the surrounding streets. Leave the car at home and catch the free shuttle bus which will run between Gordon train station and St Ives Village Green.

Accessibility

Accessible parking spaces will be available within the park grounds for those with a valid permit. An accessible toilet will be provided.

Please note the park surface is grass and there are no footpaths located within the event grounds.

Sustainability

We've been working really hard to make our events more sustainable.

Learn more about our sustainable initiatives.

Thank you to our 2017 event sponsors

Major sponsor

 crystal-productions

Corporate sponsor

Savills-cordeau-marshall 

Event partner

YMCA 

Media partners

north-shore-times

Northside-radio

FOG-Vision-China

North-Shore-Mums 

About Festival on the Green

Festival on the Green is Ku-ring-gai Council's signature event which is held on the first Sunday in May each year.

Launched in 2004, the festival aims to provide local schools, community groups, organisations and businesses with a platform to showcase what they have to offer to the Ku-ring-gai community.

The event has built a reputation for providing a great range of free entertainment, rides and activities for all ages.