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TRADITIONAL ARTS FAIR 

SUNDAY 25TH NOVEMBER 2018

10am - 4pm

Entry: $5.00 per person

Children Free

Buda's annual Traditional Arts Fair is coming to Castlemaine on Sunday 25th November for 2nd time, showcasing traditional arts, cooking and gardening in as many and varied forms as possible, in the spirit of the Leviny daughters. 

Hilda Leviny, the youngest of the Leviny women who lived at 42 Hunter St Castlemaine until she died in 1981, held a fundraising event every year at Buda Historic Home and Garden around this time and in her legacy we’re opening the doors of Buda for this exciting open day.

SKILLS ON SHOW

Patchwork, spinning, weaving, knitting, lacemaking, etching, quiltmaking, emboidery, fishing rods, pickling, metalwork, knitting pattern making, handmade body products, lacemakers, weaving, etching, and much more!

MAKE A DAY OF IT!

Craft beer, Handmade Icecream, Coffee, Buda special gourmet BBQ, Devonshire teas, Light lunches, music and children's activities.


PLUS

See demonstrations by many local crafting organizations including Goldfield Quilters, Embroiderers Guild Victoria - Castlemaine branch,the Odd Sock sock making and also many local individuals and businesses selling their wares and showing us their special skills. Vintage craft equipment for sale. 

Whilst here, you will be able to take a “behind the scenes” tour of the house. These will have a focus on specialised fields and be with one of Buda’s special tour guides.

To make the most of it all we will also have Buda stall of produce as well as a tea room to cater along with a BBQ. 

Shedshaker Brewery will provide on tap beer on this occasion as well as local wines.

Demonstration lineup announced!

10:30 am 
Maldon Cherry Farms - Fruit Fly Trapping
Andrea McKey - Sauerkraut
David Anderson - Making Traditional Bamboo Fishing Rods

11:30am
Greg Block - Twig Artistry
Mark O'Sullivan - All about Garlic
Maree St. Clair - English Paper Piecing Patchwork


12:30pm
Stan Smith from Bendigo Tafe - Pruning
Jane Reid - Making Beeswax Wraps
Ilka White - Weaving Demonstration


1:30pm
Bob Mason - Dividing Orchids
Peter Lukaitis  - Strudel Making
Anne Langdon - Traditional Fabric Stamping


2:30pm 
Jill Hildebrandt, Buda Garden Curator - Plant propagation
Stefania Netcu - Making herbal preparations for everyday use
Kathy Rice - Making the most of your soft plastics

      

Castlemaine Traditional Arts Fair

2018 Raffle Winners!

The winners of our 2018 raffle were

1st Prize - Barb Potter

2nd Prize - Margot Stork

3rd Prize - Pauline Reid

Gingerbread House - Gen Kelly

Many thanks to those who entered. Our winners were all very surprised and happy.

TRADITIONAL ARTS FAIR 

SUNDAY 25TH NOVEMBER 2018

10am - 4pm

Entry: $5.00 per person

Children Free


Buda's annual Traditional Arts Fair is coming to Castlemaine on Sunday 25th November for 2nd time, showcasing traditional arts, cooking and gardening in as many and varied forms as possible, in the spirit of the Leviny daughters. 

Hilda Leviny, the youngest of the Leviny women who lived at 42 Hunter St Castlemaine until she died in 1981, held a fundraising event every year at Buda Historic Home and Garden around this time and in her legacy we’re opening the doors of Buda for this exciting open day.

SKILLS ON SHOW
Patchwork, spinning, weaving, knitting, lacemaking, etching, quiltmaking, emboidery, fishing rods, pickling, metalwork, knitting pattern making, handmade body products, lacemakers, weaving, etching, and much more!

MAKE A DAY OF IT!
Craft beer, Handmade Icecream, Coffee, Buda special gourmet BBQ, Devonshire teas, Light lunches, music and children's activities.

PLUS
See demonstrations by many local crafting organizations including Goldfield Quilters, Embroiderers Guild Victoria - Castlemaine branch,the Odd Sock sock making and also many local individuals and businesses selling their wares and showing us their special skills. Vintage craft equipment for sale. 

Whilst here, you will be able to take a “behind the scenes” tour of the house. These will have a focus on specialised fields and be with one of Buda’s special tour guides.

To make the most of it all we will also have Buda stall of produce as well as a tea room to cater along with a BBQ. 

Shedshaker Brewery will provide on tap beer on this occasion as well as local wines.

Demonstration lineup announced!

10:30 am 
Maldon Cherry Farms - Fruit Fly Trapping
Andrea McKey - Sauerkraut
David Anderson - Making Traditional Bamboo Fishing Rods

11:30am
Greg Block - Twig Artistry
Mark O'Sullivan - All about Garlic
Maree St. Clair - English Paper Piecing Patchwork


12:30pm
Stan Smith from Bendigo Tafe - Pruning
Jane Reid - Making Beeswax Wraps
Ilka White - Weaving Demonstration


1:30pm
Bob Mason - Dividing Orchids
Peter Lukaitis  - Strudel Making
Anne Langdon - Traditional Fabric Stamping


2:30pm 
Jill Hildebrandt, Buda Garden Curator - Plant propagation
Stefania Netcu - Making herbal preparations for everyday use
Kathy Rice - Making the most of your soft plastics



Ilka White weaving    Bridget Farmer Printmaker   AvaNiall

For enquiries, please contact the office on 5472 1032 or email admin@budacastlemaine.org

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