Families from far and wide will enjoy a creative haven this March at ‘Bathurst’s Heritage Trades Trail’.
There’ll be over 100 artisans of rare and lost trades at this year’s fair demonstrating their skills in a huge program at Bathurst Showground – inspiring the next generation with the joy of learning a craft.
Take the family on a nostalgic trip back in time at the annual Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail.
There’s hands-on fun for all ages as Bathurst celebrates over 200 years of rich history by paying homage to rare and lost trades that helped pioneer the area with artisans from across Australia, on Saturday, 15 and Sunday, 16 April.
Vintage ’80s is the new black at Blayney’s huge ‘80s vibe party this Wednesday-Sunday, where everyone is invited and entry is free.
With 1000’s of glammed-up visitors coming to town, Blayney will be awash with neon leg warmers, mullets, big curls, Doc Martens and awesome costumes from seminal movies like Rocky, Top Gun and Dirty Dancing – creating something of pop-up theme park.
Have you got Creative Kids vouchers still to use? You should soon also get your 2022 vouchers. Did you know that what you use the vouchers for is changing? (Especially to art and craft packs ).
Here’s our run-down on what Creative Kids is, how and where to use the vouchers locally… and what’s changing.
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