The Home Paddock Pavilion is an interactive and educational pavilion for all ages. For keen crafters, knitters, cooks and gardeners there is plenty on offer.
Kids may partake in activities run by South West Tafe. There will be the opportunity to interact with several different guilds plus garden displays and trade sites.
9.00am – Peppermint Ridge Book “Australian Native Food Harvest: A Guide for the Passionate Cook and Gardener”
10.00am – Kazoos Performance and Q&A
10.45am – Sarah Hope “Canvas” Book
11.30am – Sophie Thompson “Falling in love with soil”
12.30pm – Tracey Kruger Children’s Book “We love the Farm Machines”
1.00pm – Kazoos Performance and Q&A
1.45pm – Sophie Thompson “Garden Woes: Dealing with garden pests in an organic and sustainable way”
2.30pm – Kazoos Performance and Q&A
3.30pm – Wood Turners
9.00am – Wood Turners
10.00am – Sophie Thompson Book “Gardening”
11.00am – Kazoos
12.00pm – Tracey Kruger Children’s Book “We love the Farm Machines”
12.30pm – Peppermint Ridge Book “Australian Native Food Harvest: A Guide for the Passionate Cook and Gardener”
1.30pm – Kazoos Performance and Q&A
The Kazoos will be performing in the Home Paddock on Monday and Tuesday at Sheepvention.
Professor Silly (think Jim Carey for preschoolers) loves a GOOD Question! But with a PHD in silliness his answers are …well…silly!! So Tulip is going to need A LOT of help from the kids to help sort out the mayhem so their magical floating island can continue on it’s Quest for a Question!