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26 Jan 2020
, Glenbrook NSW 2773
AUSTRALIA DAY: Glenbrook, Blue Mountains Including the 16th Annual Australian Gnome Convention … Around 8,000 visitors 100 market/food stalls Live entertainment 2,000 Gnomes on display Bush picnic events for children Dog demonstrations Fun of the Fair – train rides, jumping castle, etc GREAT FAMILY DAY! Market stalls, food sellers, buskers, quality musical entertainment, arts and craft demonstrations – Commercial stalls: Standard - $125; double - $193; triple - $281; Standard community (non profit) group space - $35 Email … ausdayglenbrook@gmail.com … for bookings and information. Food: Commercial take away & drinks - $198; commercial cold drinks & ice cream only - $198: community take away & drinks - $110; community cold drinks & ice cream only - $60. Telephone John Van Der Meer on 0430 433 717 for bookings and information – email john.vdm.markets@gmail.com.au NOTE: Flat rate of $60 for power supply Stallholder applications close Monday, January 7, 2019. For information on Gnome Convention, see special web site – http://australiangnomeconvention.com.au Remember, visiting Gnomes are always welcome at the Annual Convention. Call Gnome Masters David Cook (0439 494 835) or Trevor Lloyd (0409 127 185) for information.

Living Green Vegan Market - March 2020

29 Mar 2020
Albert Hall, Commonwealth Avenue, Yarralumla ACT 2600
Living Green Vegan Market - March 2020
Living Green Festival—Sunday 29th March 2020—Albert Hall Canberra’s unique Living Green Festival is not just another environmental expo. It’s a fun-filled festival that focusses equally on sustainability and compassion, showcasing green ideas and solutions that work for the planet, for humans and for other animals. This free day of fun for the whole family will be back at the Albert Hall for the eighth time on Sunday 29th March 2020 from 10am-4pm. What makes the Living Green Festival different is that you might find a stall about lounge-shaped water tanks right next to a stall about the plight of orangutans in Indonesia or deaf dogs in Australia. Sustainability is a big theme of the event. Not just in the range of stalls and services showcased at the Festival, but how the event runs itself. The Festival organisers are proud of the event’s ‘green credentials’. All food and drink served at the event is plant-based, which has a much lower ‘carbon footprint’ than animal products such as meat and dairy. It also means all food waste from the event is composted. And not just the food – all servingware used at the event is also compostable, meaning very little waste from the event ends up in landfill or needing to be recycled. So, while nibbling a delicious plant-based cheesecake made by a local Canberra bakery, or sampling a tasty Malaysian vegetable curry from a local haute cuisine restaurant, you can learn about energy efficiency measures for your home at the many eco-friendly market stalls. Retro-fitted double-glazing solutions for existing windows is always one of the most popular exhibits, offering festival attendees the chance to see how it works in practice. Kids are spoilt for choice as well. This year there will be an entire free Kidzone, with an 8-metre rock-climbing wall that kids (and kids-at-heart) can scale to get the best view of the Festival. The Kidzone will also offer free face painting, games and art and craft activities. Festival-goers will also be able to chill out in the grounds of the Albert Hall while listening to live music and entertainment including Petrichor, Hope Street, Monique Lewis, and even a spot of swing dancing! The Festival will also offer a range of free workshops, talks and cooking demonstrations. Oh, and finally, the Living Green Festival has a dog café! That’s right, dogs are welcome at the event. ‘Carson’s Café’ (Carson’s a lovely poodle and the face of the café), will be right in the middle of the 2017 Living Green Festival serving treats for people and dogs alike. So come and experience ‘a kinder shade of green’ for a day at Canberra’s seventh Living Green Festival! To recap… What: The 8th Living Green Festival Where: Albert Hall, Canberra When: Sunday, 29th March, 10am-4pm Why: a kinder shade of green for the planet, animals and humans Further info: www.lgf.org.au or the LGF Facebook page.


24 Apr 2020 to 26 Apr 2020
Bathurst Showgrounds, Bathurst NSW 2795
Bathurst AH&P Association Inc. are proud to present their premier showcase for the Central West Region.The Royal Bathurst Show has long been regarded as the best west of Sydney and has boasted an average annual attendance in excess of 20,000 people.The Show is organised and run by the Bathurst Agricultural, Horticultural & Pastoral Association, a charitable community organisation who for 150 years have been promoting agricultural activities and all aspects of rural and country life in the Bathurst area.

Bunny Bazaar

11 Apr 2020
Bunny Bazaar, John Street, Coonabarabran NSW 2357


18 Apr 2020 to 19 Apr 2020
Adelaide Showground Goodwood Road, Wayville SA 5034

Danebank Autumn Fair & Open Day

9 May 2020
Danebank Anglican School for Girls, 80-98 Park Road, Hurstville NSW 2220

Brisbane Pregnancy Babies & Children's Expo

26 Jun 2020 to 28 Jun 2020
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Southbank, Brisbane QLD 3006

Perth Pregnancy Babies & Children's Expo

7 Aug 2020 to 9 Aug 2020
Claremont Showgrounds Exhibition Centre, Claremont WA 6010