Festival of International Understanding 2014. This year’s parade will be in reverse, instead ending at Brougham Park. The Festival of International Understanding Committee and Cowra Tourism “Harvest in the Park” team are combining these two iconic events as an exciting new initiative for this year’s Festival, Chairperson Councillor Ruth Fagan said.
“We have been working towards better outcomes for both the Festival and ‘Harvest in the Park’ participants, so joining the two seemed a natural transition,” Cr Fagan said.
“This allows us to bring two audiences together to share the joy of making new friends, offering greater market opportunities, and providing our community with a fantastic new event,” she added.
Harvest in the Park has grown into a large-scale market for local producers with a unique experience offering food, wine, and local produce, Cowra Tourism Manager, Belinda Virgo explained
“The team at Cowra Tourism are looking forward to bringing ‘Harvest in the Park’ to the region throughout 2015,” she said.
“We are excited to be partnering with the Festival of International Understanding for our first market of the year which will hopefully encourage people who wouldn’t usually join us for Harvest in the Park, to come along.
“This special twilight event, with a focus on gourmet food and wine, offers both locals and visitors alike another reason to come along and sample the delicious food and creative offerings sourced from our region,” Ms Virgo said.
The Festival Parade will conclude at Brougham Park and mark the opening of Harvest in the Park markets.
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