2017 Greytown Museum Arts Fair

2017-06-28 06:01

HELD for the first time last year the 2017 Greytown Arts Museum fair takes place on Sunday 30 July in the museum grounds.
This is a great opportunity for artists, craftspeople, bakers jewellery makers, musicians, and so on, to display their skills and talents to lots of people.

There is a wide range of interesting exhibits on display highlighting the vast pool of talent in the area.
On the food front there is a big choice, from homemade cakes, to organic vegan food as well as G&T on tap, wine and craft beer for sale. Children will have a stall for entertainment and Greytown schools will be displaying their entrepreneurial skills.

Greytown SPCA will again be having a tombola stall and is appealing to the public to donate items that can be placed on the tombola to raise funds for the vital work undertaken by the SPCA.

Organisers Kate Elges and Suzanne Aherin can be contacted on 074 195 8131 or 082 452 5125 for more information or bookings.


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