Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Three Churches Flower and Quilt Walk 2014

The Three Churches Flower and Quilt Walk is coming up soon. It's on Saturday, 22 February, 11am to 4pm. Venues will be easy to find, starting on Main Street. Just look for the yellow balloons.

Quilts @ St Joseph's Church
The quilt airing, featuring works from the Heddon Bush Quilters and Kerrie Gow, will be at St Joseph's Catholic Church (89 Main Street, Otautau).

Fibre Craft @ Parish Centre
Lace-making, spinning, knitting, crochet, embroidery and craft sales will be at the Catholic Parish Centre, next to St Joseph's Church.

Flowers @ Presbyterian Church
Bright and beautiful flowers from the Western Floral Art Club will grace the Presbyterian Church (126 Main Street).

Arts and Crafts @ Courthouse
Fine woodwork, art and craft will be at the Courthouse (146 Main Street). Walk through the museum and see the Wee Ones: Baby Memorabilia of Otautau exhibition.

Competition @ New Life Church
Everyone is welcome to enter in the competition and non-competition (display-only) entries of flowers, vegetables, baking, photography, children's art, crafts stalls and pop-up cafe. This will be at the New Life Church (corner of Chester and Queen Streets). Entries need to comply with the schedule so download the Three Churches schedule (pdf file, 519 KB) or pick one up at PGG Wrightson (Otautau). Entries to be staged and accepted 2pm-6pm, Friday 21 February, at the New Life Church. Presentation of prizes from 3:50pm, Saturday. Further details, please call (03) 225 8530 or email Faimie

There will be raffles and lucky tickets.

$2 for adults, free for children. All venues are included in the price.

Proceeds support the Otautau Community Trust

Businesses Open
Be sure to visit Feral Forge (open all day; Knutsford Road), Otautau Joinery Showroom (open 1pm-3pm, 151 Main Street), and pick your own blueberries at the Blueberry Farm (weather permitting; 513 Otautau Drummond Road, 5 km from Otautau).

If you'd like to volunteer for certificate writing (Friday, after 6pm); or on Saturday from 11am during the event or for clean-up which starts at 4pm, get in touch with Faimie.

Three Churches is made possible with the generous support of PGG Wrightson, Otautau Joinery, Kelly Cormack Photography, Robbie Blair, The Good Family, DT King, SBS Bank, St Joseph's Catholic Church, the Otautau Presbyterian Church, the New Life Church, and the Winton and District Horicultural Society.

If you'd like to enter or need more information, contact Faimie (03) 225 8530 or email. Lots of entries will make a great show.

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