Eats and Beats celebrates a special birthday
Published: 23 April 2018
Friday’s Eats and Beats will be a double celebration with one of Logan’s oldest and most loved buildings passing a significant milestone.
The Kingston Butter Factory (KBF) has stood for over 100 years but in the last three decades has had a new life as an arts and culture hub for the city.
City Image and Innovation Committee Chairperson Laurie Smith said it’s fitting that this month’s urban food truck and music pop-up Eats and Beats is being held at the Kingston Butter Factory.
“The KBF represents the two sides of Logan that we’re most proud of - the city’s rich history but also its ability to adapt and innovate,” Cr Smith said.
“The KBF has been a meeting point for the community for decades and once again it will bring people together through Eats and Beats.”
A special birthday cake will be cut at Eats and Beats to celebrate 30 years of the Kingston Butter Factory Community Arts Centre.
Eats and Beats is a monthly urban food truck and music pop-up series of events hosted by the City of Logan.
The next edition will be held at the Kingston Butter Factory, Milky Way, Kingston on Friday, April 27 from 5pm-9pm. For more information visit http://www.visitlogan.com.au/whats-on/eats-and-beats