Fun, fashion and arts clash
LOCKYER Valley Artists Inc. are making preparations for a ‘Fun and Fashion Morning Tea'.
The morning tea will be held at the Laidley Cultural Centre on Wednesday, May 4, from 10am.
Admission for the morning's activities is only $5 per person as members share their creativity by holding demonstrations by pen and ink artist Dirk Blokland.
Visitors can take the advantage of purchasing some one-off, affordable pieces of art.
Craft, hand crafted jewellery will also be for sale to help the victims of the recent Lockyer Valley floods.
A retro/modern fashion parade will be conducted in the morning and all money raised from the morning tea will go to the flood disaster.
Lockyer Valley councillor, Peter Friend, will open the morning's activities.
The ladies can view a make-up demonstration or have a chat to the gardening guru from the Garden Club, who will be available throughout the morning to help you with any problems with your plants.
Many other stalls will be there to entice the ladies, with a demonstration of machine embroidery and personal motifs can be ordered on the day.
Mini flood dolls will be on sale, hand-made and dressed beautifully, with devoted attention to detail.
Laidley Performing Arts will be there promoting their next new production Oliver.
There will be a raffle of a wheelbarrow full of groceries.
Secretary of the LVARTS, Judith Baker, was hopeful that the community would get behind the morning and come along with friends and family to enjoy the activities on offer and relax with a hot cuppa and buffet morning tea that will be ongoing throughout the morning.