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Arts in the Olives Festival 14th May 2017

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Arts in the Olives Festival 14th May 2017

Time: May 14, 2017 from 8am to 4pm
Location: Worendo Olive Grove, The Lost Valley
Street: 97 Cedar Glen Rd
City/Town: Darlington, Qld
Website or Map:…
Phone: 422 587 567
Event Type: music, artisan, stalls, delicious, food, workshops
Organized By: BADCAP - The Beaudesert and District Community Art Project Ass. Inc
Latest Activity: Apr 17

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Event Description


"Celebrate Ten Years of Creativity"

Mudbrick Cottage will be having a stall with lots of herbs, so come along and say Hi! 

As always, this is a day to enjoy creativity, learn skills and take home your very own masterpiece, or simply to wander amongst the olive trees, or along the peaceful riverbank enjoying the sights, sounds and tastes.

An excellent music programme for 2017 with talented artists and artisan stalls will again offer beautiful hand made goods and organic and home grown produce.

Food offerings promise to be delicious, tantalising and varied


Festival entry - Adult $10, Children aged 5-16 $5, Children under 5s Free - You do need to Book via the website

Workshop Info and Costs are on this website as well


Sunday 14th May 2017. 8am to 4pm

For More Information and how to book for workshops


Worendo Olive Grove, The Lost Valley, 97 Cedar Glen Rd, Darlington, Qld

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