FOLLOWING an amazing Christmas Craft Spectacular conducted by the Burdekin Uniting Church in December, 2022, after the interruption to their normal schedule caused by the COVID Pandemic in 2020 and 2021, the Burdekin Craft Spectacular will return to the Burdekin Memorial Hall in Ninth Avenue, Home Hill on Saturday, May 13 – the day before Mothers’ Day, 2023.
The Craft Spectacular will be open to the public from 9am to 2pm on Saturday, May 13 with an entry fee of only $2 per person.
Group bookings of 10 or more will cost $10 each, which also includes morning tea. Group booking must be made in advance, with children under 13 being free of charge.
There will be a huge array of stalls showcasing the amazing talent of many residents of the Burdekin and surrounding districts.
There will also be free demonstrations running throughout the day, including a Children’s Treasure Hunt, with each participating child receiving a prize.
Food will be available in the beautiful Dining Room, with the ever-popular High tea trolley tempting patrons with some very special treats. A Cake stall will also be operating on the day.
The public is invited to come along to the 2023 Craft Spectacular and bring your Mum, Mum-in-Law, daughters and daughters-in-law – as well as your granddaughters – to view the large range of stalls and share in a beautiful dining experience with home-made Quiches, cakes and the numerous high tea trolley delights.
The Burdekin Craft Spectacular is also the perfect place to obtain your Mum’s Mother’s Day gift or to get a gift for a special friend – or even something special for yourself.
Adults and children are also being encouraged to get creative and enter the Craft Spectacular’s competition to hand make a “Childhood Treasure”.
The entry fee is $2 and the “treasures”, which will be on display, will be judged by the public with a gold coin donation.
Money raised will assist the church to begin a special Sunday Program for school-aged children.
The most popular entry will receive a prize. Entries must be received by 8am on the day or otherwise should be left at Home Hill News & Coffee prior to the day.
Enquires should be directed by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning Judy Berryman (0428 877 883).