Samford Valley Steiner School’s festiValley
in AUGUST 2018
Samford Valley Steiner School’s biennial fair, is returning on Saturday 4 August 2018. Between 10.00am and 4.00pm, the school’s bushland grounds will be transformed into a vibrant marketplace of food, craft and entertainment.
Activities cater for all ages. For younger children there will gem fossicking, face painting and baby animals. Older children can enjoy silk painting, tie-dyeing, wooden sword making, candle-making, and crate climbing. For teens and adults there’s henna tattoos, a forging workshop and aluminium etching
This year a series of talks will be held in The Buzz, our conversation tent. A selection of high school art will be auctioned and there will be something for everyone at our second chance stall – clothing, books and toys!
Local artisans and craftspeople will be selling their unique creations and local entertainers will be roving the fair. From puppet shows to storytellers and musicians, our festival has something for everyone.
Nutritious food is always a highlight of festiValley. As well as two school-run cafés and a Chai Tent in the main festival space, there will be a café in the kindergarten where parents and carers with small children can relax in an enclosed play space. A large selection of home-baked sweet and savoury food, with organic, gluten-free and vegan options will be available, along with organic coffee!
We are working towards a plastic free and sustainable festival. Patrons are encouraged to bring their own water bottles and coffee cups and water will be freely available freely at a special stand.
The raffle will be drawn at 4pm and festiValley will draw to a close with a final musical performance from students and staff.
For more information, program of events and festival highlights please visit https://www.samfordsteiner.qld.edu.au/news-events/festivalley/ or contact Kim Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Samford Valley Steiner School
Samford Valley Steiner School offers an inspiring and comprehensive education for children from Pre-Prep through to Year 12, and provides the only high school in the Samford area. The school is located on 20 acres of leafy, natural bushland in the semi-rural Samford Valley.