The Spine & Limb Foundation will be hosting a 'Marketabilities' event on Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 10:00am to 2:00pm on the grassed area in front of the ParaQuad Industries building.
Marketabilities is a 'can-do' outdoor event featuring 'market' themed activities where artists with disabilities will present quality artworks and people in supported employment will demonstrate their work skills.
This unique event provides opportunities for members of the general public to appreciate the capabilities of people living with disabilities and to gain insights through interactive engagement and in some instances, guided tours.
Follow your nose to the ever-popular sausage sizzle, complemented with a cool homemade lemonade. Volunteer masseurs and reflexologists will run a Wellness Marquee for those who enjoy the therapeutic experience. All proceeds go to supporting people with disabilities.
But wait, there is more
Across the grassed area, Book Bazaar is awaiting with their Extended Hours Book Sale, displaying a massive display of quality and unique used books at bargain prices.
Opportunity Knocks retro and pre-loved clothing store will open for business as usual with a huge selection of good quality furniture, white goods, household items, toys and bric-a-brac at bargain prices.
Anything is possible
Come and experience this special event while supporting the efforts of people who exemplify an anything is possible attitude, and benefit from the fruits of their work.
You can find parking here
This child-friendly event has plenty of parking on site, public toilets, and is a wheelchair accessible venue.
When arriving at 10 Selby Street, turn off into a little road called Ellis Griffiths Avenue. The ParaQuad building is about 300m along Ellis Griffiths Avenue.
Spine and Limb Foundation (Inc.) Incorporating: Paraplegic-Quadriplegic Association of WA
and Civilian Maimed and Limbless Association of WA. Proceeds assist disabled persons. Proudly supported by, Channel 9's Appealathon.
All photos and Logos used with permission of the Spine and Limb Foundation Inc. 'Hand Using Scissors To Remove The Word Can't To Read I Can' Image courtesy of Sira Anamwong at FreeDigitalPhotos.net. Artwork and Photoshop by John F.