The City of Whittlesea’s Summer Series Program during January and February will include free events for all ages across the municipality.
This year’s program involves live music, food trucks, markets, and a world kitchen with family-friendly activities, as well as music and activities.
Chair administrator Lydia Wilson said the jam-packed event was for residents to come together and enjoy entertainment in the new year.
“The City of Whittlesea is such a diverse municipality, so the summer series enables us to bring to life so many different locations with music, food and activities,” she said.
“I’d encourage everyone to enjoy what’s on offer in their local area this summer.”
The City of Whittlesea Summer Series starts on Friday, with a twilight event at Donnybrook’s Gumnut Park in Olivine Boulevard from 5pm to 8pm.
Presenting twilight music and children’s activities, highlights will include music from The Bandwagon and bubbles from Dr Hubble, with Shared Cup café open for meals, drinks, and snacks.
Events are also planned for Doreen on February 10, and other locations on February 18, and Lalor on February 25.
For more information and to view the full program, visit arts.whittlesea.vic.gov.au/what-s-on/festivals-and-events/summer-series/.