THIS Saturday, Quaama will celebrate self and soul at the Quaama Summer Soiree.
Once again the Quaama School of Arts Hall will put on its bunting and the community will gather to share, learn, taste and experience.
This time it will be an afternoon and evening event with demonstrations and group participation in soulful and healthy activities like yoga, massage, tai chi and belly dancing.
The market will highlight local artisans selling and demonstrating their wonderful work, as well as bric-a-brac, plants and all the usual market treats.
There will be delicious food as always, with the regular barbecue, the
Quaama Progress Association (QPA) selling soulful salads and local home-made ice-cream among the treats on offer.
There will also be a focus on summer safety, summer skin care, waterwise gardening and summertime pet care.
Make sure you bring an entry for one of the competitions.
This time you can enter a mocktail made from your own cordial or a “berry-licious” preserve.
For the more artistic, there will be an amateur photograph competition and exhibition – this time with prizes!
Judging categories will be black and white, colour, junior and “my Quaama”.
There is a $5 entry fee, with under 18s free.
Photos can be framed or mounted and for sale if you want.
Entry forms will be available on the www.quaama.org.au or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
The market, demonstrations and activities start at 3pm on Saturday.
From 7pm, there’ll be dancing and great local music on the verandah stage.
For inquiries, contact QPA president Veronica Abbott on 0437 263 128 or email@example.com.