Following the success of last year’s, The Patch at Erina Fair, the Central Coast shopping centre will be bringing the popular sustainable living festival back this Spring, from Saturday 24 August to Sunday 8 September 2019.
Within The Patch’s purpose-built green garden oasis in Centre Court, customers can take part in a series of free interactive and hands-on workshops focusing on living a more sustainable life. There will be something for everyone including organic gardening, living chemical free and keeping backyard chickens’ workshops, preloved clothing sale, and special guest appearances by dirtgirl and her Grubby Bucket Show, and Gardening Guru, Melissa King.
Customers can also chat to resident gardening experts from Kincumber Mitre 10, who will be available to answer any gardening questions from 9am – 5:30pm weekdays and 10am – 5pm on weekends.
To entertain and inspire our young customers to make a positive difference to the planet, much loved dirtgirl and scrapboy of ABCKids Dirtgirlworld spin-off program Get Grubby TV will host their singalong Grubby Bucket Show on Saturday 24 August. Kids will learn, watch and grow as the girl with a dirt name, in a dirt game continues to explore the wonders around us with quizzes, challenges and songs. Plus stick around for a meet and greet and a special take home gift.
Erina Fair is partnering with Fairhaven Services to host The Patch Preloved Pop Up Shop on Saturday 12 September, where you can shop preloved, on trend, clothing in excellent condition. With nothing over $10, customers who spend more than $20 will receive a sustainable string bag.
Anyone visiting The Patch has a chance to win great prizes including an Eglu Go Up Chicken Coop and five $500 Erina Fair Gift Cards.
For more information, to check out session times and competition details visit www.erinafair.com.au