A night of Penrith Made

Man and woman at outdoor festival

Tuesday, 5 November 2019

It’s a night out with a difference. Council is hosting its first Penrith Producers evening at Triangle Park on Friday 22 November. From 5pm, local Penrith producers will be showcasing locally crafted brews and ciders, delicious foods and devilish desserts for everyone to taste and purchase.

Local musicians will be performing during the evening.

Penrith Mayor Ross Fowler OAM said that Penrith Producers brings the community together, as friends, family and workmates, to enjoy a night of Penrith Made.

“You don’t need to travel outside of Penrith to experience the best craft brews, foods, desserts and music. We have it all here for one night in our City Centre,” said Cr Fowler.

“Penrith Producers is a great opportunity for friends and families to venture out into the City Centre and discover amazing items that are Penrith Made. Our local producers offer a range of locally made products, from small goods, decorative biscuits, raw foods, American style brisket and sushi bento boxes. 

“Penrith Producers is a part of Council’s ongoing work to activate the Penrith and St Marys Centres, including much-loved events like Lunchtime Tunes, Open Mic Night and Alive After 5,” he continued.

“This isn’t a night you want to miss,” he said.

Penrith Producers will be held on Friday 22 November from 5pm to 10pm in Triangle Park, the western end of High Street. Parking is available via Union Road.

For more information about the event, visit penrith.city/events

Information contained within this news release was correct as at Tuesday, 5 November 2019.