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Sheep & Woolcraft Field Market Day

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by Deborah Jayne (subscribe)
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Sheep & Woolcraft Field Market Day

The Black & Coloured Sheep Breeders Association of Australia are hosting a 'wool' inspired market and family fun day in the Pakenham Library Hall on Sunday 24th September 2017.

This busy little craft-styled market will be selling heaps of knitted and crocheted wares from people who know their fibres best. Think scarves and socks, shawls and toys. See the crafters in action as they present live demonstrations including spinning and weaving, while the fleece component of the market sells heaps of raw colour fleece. Right alongside, the craft section will be selling yarns, crafting supplies, garments and more. There's something for the crafter in all of us.

Sheep & Woolcraft Field Market Day
Sheep & Woolcraft Field Market Day
Don't miss the fashion parade starting at 12noon. Admire the presentation of hand crafted natural garments and be sure to purchase a ticket or two in the raffle to win some great prizes.

Kids will enjoy the free animal farm courtesy of the Elisabeth Murdoch College and there'll be a canteen open serving food throughout the day.

The Sheep & Woolcraft Field Market Day is being held on Sunday 24th September 2017 from 9.30am to 3pm in the Pakenham Library Hall, corner John & Henry Streets, Pakenham with free onsite parking. Entry is $5 per adult and kids under 16 free. Please note: Pets are not allowed inside the hall.

Find out more about the BCSBAA by visiting their Facebook Page following the link here.

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Why? Wool & Craft Market
When: 9.30am - 3pm
Where: Pakenham Library Hall
Cost: Adults: $5. Kids: Free.
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