Weekend Event Guide: 2 & 3 June

The Trailblazers

When: Wednesday 30 May – Sunday 17 June 2018

Where: 6 Macquarie Street, Sydney 2000

Cost: FREE

Australia’s oldest parliament honours the women that paved the way for generations to come.

The first female premier, attorney-general, member, minister, clerk and more are featured in this display to celebrate 100 years of progress. The suffragette green and purple have been used to illuminate the building after dark.

Vintage Wedding Fair

When: Sunday June 3, 11am-3pm

Where: Leichhardt Town Hall, 107 Norton St, Leichhardt, Sydney NSW
Cost: $5

Enjoy a day of being inspired by Sydney and the surrounding areas most amazing vendors who focus on vintage and eclectic weddings. A wonderful handpicked selection of creative wedding vendors will be showcasing their work at Leichhardt Town Hall for one day only! Get ready to be inspired and to meet a bunch of really lovely professionals who can’t wait to chat with you about your wedding plans.

Our Vintage Bride Wedding Fairs are humble, down to earth events that are filled with genuine, helpful businesses who are there to help you with all of your wedding questions whether they be big or small.

Live musical performances throughout the day from Tillee Music &  Sancha & The Blue Gypsies

German Film Festival

When: May 22 – June 10

Where: Palace Cinema Norton Street, 99 Norton Street, Leichardt

Cost: Adult $22, Concession $18

After a break last year, German-made and co-produced films return in a nationwide festival to Australian cinemas showcasing the best cinematic talent Germany has to offer and boasting a program curated with exclusively Australian premieres. In collaboration with German Films (the national information and advisory centre for the promotion of German films worldwide).

The Festival program includes a contemporary selection of 26 feature films varying from award-winning dramas and box office comedies to documentaries and a selection of short films.

Additionally, this year’s program includes films especially dedicated to families, children and teens. Presented by the Goethe-Institut, the Kino for Kids sidebar will provide a six-film feast for young audiences. This section particularly invites schools to attend the Festival to engage with German culture and learn the language.

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