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Art and Craft Show

When:

Sat 28 Oct 2017, 9:00am–5:00pm
Sun 29 Oct 2017, 9:00am–3:00pm

Where: St Thomas' Catholic Primary School, 2 Horsley Avenue, Willoughby, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: pennikins

The last weekend in October will see Horsley Avenue in Willoughby transformed into a market bazaar—from fashion, to contemporary art, kids amusement rides, music and entertainment, antiques, food stalls and more.

The St. Thomas Art & Craft Show is one of the most well-known community school fairs in the Lower North Shore with over 40 local designers displaying their handmade art, craft and jewellery. The festival is unique because it gives emerging artists and designers the opportunity to showcase their work to locals.

Secure an original or unique artwork at a bargain price or get in early for Christmas shopping and entertain the entire family while doing so!

Here’s five reasons why you won’t want to miss this year’s show:

- For the arty; Local designers on display, grab yourself a unique bargain
- For the crafty; Jewellery making workshops and craft supplies
- For the kiddies; Super slides, horizontal bungee, pirate ships, tea cup ride and laser skirmish!
- For families; Centre stage music and entertainment
- For the foodies; Home-made cakes and pies, food stalls, beer, bubbles and cheese

All profits from the show are invested directly back into St. Thomas Primary School.