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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: https://www.google.com/maps/p…
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: May 15

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Event Description

ARTS IN THE OLIVES FESTIVAL

"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

Cost

Festival entry - Adult $10, Children aged 5-16 $5, Children under 5s Free - You do need to Book via the website https://artsintheolives.com/

Workshop Info and Costs are on this website as well

When

Sunday 14th May 2017. 8am to 4pm

For More Information and how to book for workshops

https://artsintheolives.com/

Where

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

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Comment by Susan on May 15, 2017 at 20:56

Wow, thanks for this Dianne.  I need to look out for this event next year and make a weekend of it I think :)

Comment by Andrew Cumberland on May 14, 2017 at 19:46

Nice report - thanks Dianne. 

Comment by Dianne Caswell on May 14, 2017 at 16:33

Cont....REPORT ON EVENT 'ART'S IN THE OLIVES'

The View from across the Ballun River.

Wood Fire Pizza were available throughout the day.

You can see why we stays for so many hours strolling the avenues of Old Olive Trees and sitting comfortable under the tarps to enjoy the Live Music of The Fergies, Margy Rowe, Shee Tree, Susie Colley and Lovely voices of The Scenic Rim Community Choir. The weather was kind to us with only a couple of gentle sprinkles. See you all there next year.

Comment by Dianne Caswell on May 14, 2017 at 16:22

REPORT ON EVENT 'ART'S IN THE OLIVES'

Graham and I had a lovely time at Lost World, Art's in the Olives, 2017. Held on the property ' Jingerri Jingerri, traditional lands of the Mingunburri People. It was the 10th Anniversary for the Event, and has grown bigger and bigger every year. I am not sure how old the Olive Trees are but there are around 3 Avenues of tall graceful trees forming arches. The trunks are thick and gawled, showing that they are of some age. The trees are no longer harvested but do produce. There were Arts and Craft Classes going on amongst the Olives, Water Painting, Lino Printing, Aboriginal Painting and More.

The Arts, Crafts, Artisan Cheesemakers, Local Wine and Food Stalls were on each side of the Olive Trees, the trees making a beautiful backdrop.

Plant and Organic Herb Stalls were there with a large variety to choose from, I came home with some French Tarragon to replace mine as I had used it all up on a Tarragon Barossa Chook I made a few weeks ago, and of course I couldn't resist a couple of Salvias I was after.

One of the Herb Stalls had the most wonderful Finger Lime plants, 60-70cms tall, grafted and very healthy, all under $40.00. I sighed, pity I have as many as I can fit in.

The Beautiful Picturesque Ballun River runs through the property with more Stalls and Classes on both sides with Olive Trees growing throughout.Blacksmithing Class

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