Roundabout Craft Fair & Exhibition 2017!

Saturday, 4th of November 2017
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Roundabout Craft Fair & Exhibition 2016!

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The weather was perfect for both days and we saw a constant stream of people visit the Craft Fair over the two days. There were plants galore, henna and face painting,  crafts as far as the eye could see with over 30 stall holders, stunning art works on display and delicious food served at our Community Cafe to provide some sustenance. What wasn’t there to enjoy?!

This Craft Fair has become a popular event within the local community and sometimes reaches beyond the boundaries of the Blackwood area. The group who run the Fair, the Blackwood Uniting Church Community Program, started from humble beginnings nearly 40 years ago and has continued strong to this very day. Next year it will be a big celebration to commemorate this fantastic milestone – come join the fun!

We asked for a gold coin donation admission and the money raised will be donated to the Christmas Bowl campaign, run by Act for Peace.

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If you would to be involved in next year’s Craft Fair please contact the office for more information on 8278 7699 or email

Have a look at these photos taken from last year’s Fair in November…

Roundabout Craft Fair & Exhibition CFS BBQ at the Roundabout Craft Fair & Exhibition Henna painter at Roundabout Craft Fair & Exhibition
Face painting at the Roundabout Craft Fair & Exhibition Jackie O's handmade cards at the Roundabout Craft Fair & Exhibition Peter Goers draws the winning raffle tickets at the Roundabout Craft Fair & Exhibition

These photos were taken at our 2010 Exhibition…

Create-about 2009 Part of the displays at Create-about 2009
Gardening displays at Create-about 2009 Part of the displays at Create-about 2009
The Art Exhibition at Create-about 2009 Some of the work from the Shed for Blokes, Create-about 2009.

FELTING CLASS: Janet Maschmedt, Anthea Craig, Rikie Klaassen and tutor Felicity Williams at Blackwood Uniting Church. (Picture: Keryn Stevens H0309602, Hills & Valley Messenger, 20 Oct 2010)

Click below to read an article from the Hills and Valley Messenger about last year’s exhibition.

Class bonding helps banish the blues

Hills and Valley Messenger (20 Oct 2010)