Craft Fair & Antique Valuations May 2013

CraftFairAntiqueEvaluationLooking for a Mother’s Day gifts this weekend? Why not head down to the Craft Fair and Antique Valuation that’s happening this Saturday in Greystanes.

This is the 5th Craft Fair organised by volunteers of Our Lady Queen of Peace Greystanes and this years proceeds will be going to St Vincent De Paul. (yay) So come along as there’s lots of lovely things that mum might enjoy including baby wear, home-made décor, kitchen goods, edible treats, scarves and bags, jewellery, potted violets and plants and much more.

There’s no need to take an expensive to the UK to get on the Antique Roadshow to get your valuables assessed. Just turn up and bring along a photo and signature or name of the artist and get an antique valuation of your heirlooms, collectables or paintings for just $5.

CraftFairAntiqueEvaluation_7Check out more information here and don’t forget to follow me on Pinterest.

I hope you can make it along.

Love, Festival Girl


Fair Trade Popup Shop | 4 – 19 May

479088_194723077343565_1532362148_oThe NSW Fair Trade Network is a group of companies and not-for-profit organizations who are committed to empowering communities in third world countries through trading partnerships that provide employment and access to global markets.

The Fair Trade Pop Up Shop launches in Paddington in May to coincide with World Fair Trade Day on May 11th, as part of the Network’s vision and ideals.

A number of fair trade businesses that will be featured at the Popup including: Myadashi, AfriBeads, Supplying Cocolo, The Ethical Chocolate, Aware – The Social Design Project, Kaleidoscope, Ethica, Every Little Girl, Seven Women, Import Ants, Sanaa Afrika, My Ecofriend (which I recently visited) and the Australia East Timor Association.

Where: Fair Trade Pop Up Shop
394 Oxford Street, Paddington
When: Sat 04 May, 10:00AM until Sun 19 May, 6:00PM

This is a run down of some of the events that will be happening at the Popup shop.

72184_356261387807737_715877631_nDon’t forget to check out Fair Trade NSW Network Group’s Facebook page for more information. Images from here.