Following on from the success of the recent Greek night market, Mayor of Hurstville, Cr Con Hindi has announced that Hurstville City Council is set to host an Indian and Nepalese night market along MacMahon Street, Hurstville on Saturday, 11 April from 5 pm to 9 pm.
Mayor Hindi said the vibrant market will be a celebration of the great diversity in Hurstville City.
“The concept behind the night markets is to provide an opportunity for residents and visitors to experience first-hand the richness and diversity of cultural groups that constitute the Hurstville community,” he said. “The Indian and Nepalese market will include attractions the whole family can enjoy.”
Mayor Hindi said the event would feature a wide selection of Nepalese and Indian street food, a live Bollywood DJ Kish performance accompanied by Dohl player Rupi, cultural dance shows, henna tattooing, boutique clothing and accessories.
Other highlights will include a free yoga class, children’s activities such as face painting and a jumping castle plus a free screening of an award-winning Indian movie feature.
“This is a not-for-profit Council event supporting community organisations and local charities,” he said.
The following market will be held on Saturday, 9 May, and will focus on the Middle Eastern community.
“The night market is a great event for the whole community to participate in, and I encourage residents and visitors to come along and support this great initiative,” said Mayor Hindi.
For more information, visit www.hurstville.nsw.gov.au/Hurstville-Night-Market