– Artisan producers invited to Raglan’s first ‘Little Food Fest’
The Raglan Arts Weekend welcomes passionate food vendors to book their spot now for January 2015.
Raglan is gearing up for the sixth successful Arts Weekend – an event drawing summer crowds since 2008. This year, a tantalising combination of art, food, and wine is in store for festival-goers.
Original art will be paired with artisan food as the Raglan Arts Weekend launches its very first ‘Little Food Fest’ – a line-up of the very best gastronomic delights from the Waikato region and further afield. Artisan bread, wine, cheese, icecream and more will be temptingly displayed right in the heart of the action at vendor stalls on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th of January 2015.
Raglan Arts Weekend turnout in previous years has been significant, and the township will be buzzing with many art-aficionados and foodies keen to whet their appetites. Vendors are now invited to secure their place for the Little Food Fest – space is limited, and site fees kept low to ensure affordability for smaller producers. Be part of the action at one of Raglan’s biggest summer events!
Raglan’s first Little Food Fest
24th – 25th January 2015; book for one day ($50) or both ($90)
Artisan producers invited to sign-up via Raglan Old School Arts Centre
Limited spaces available
Contact: Raglan Old School Arts Centre Phone: 07 825 0023 Email: email@example.com
See below for coming arts events and what's on in Raglan Whaingaroa
Raglan Creative Market at the Old School Arts Centre
A monthly creative market with the best of Raglan-Whaingaroa food, crafts and art. Seasonal organic produce, homemade pesto’s, and delicious kai. Exquisite woven flax-ware, funky kids accessories, original fashion clothing and jewellery. Paintings & photography, healing arts and entertainment.
Contact the Old School Arts Centre
For more information on the Old School Arts Centre and the arts in Raglan Whaingaroa contact Jacqueline Anderson. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone (07) 825 0023.
Office open 10am to 2pm Mondays, and Wednesdays.
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What and Where
The Old School Arts Centre is run by the local Raglan Whaingaroa arts chairty, the Raglan Community Arts Council, in a 19th century heritage building in Stewart St, Raglan, New Zealand. The Arts Council supports the arts in Raglan and acts as an umbrella organisation for Raglan arts groups and individuals involved in art and craft.
The Old School Arts Centre is used by the arts community and friends of the arts in Raglan, Whaingaroa, New Zealand for all sorts of art and craft from hip hop to felting. The Clay Shed, a community pottery is a very active part of the centre. The New Zealand edition of the Lonely Planet tourist guide describes the Old School Arts Centre as, "a community hub".
This catalogue provides a taste of the historic arts of Raglan Whaingaroa as featured in the 'THEN' exhibition held at the Raglan Old School Arts Centre in 2007. You can buy it online or at the Old School Arts Centre in Stewart Street, Raglan. Front cover and sample pages shown below.
|Description||16 pages, soft cover in colour and sepia, pages black and white photos and paintings with descriptions.|
|Cost||$10 including GST, packing and postage anywhere in New Zealand.|
|Publisher||Old School Arts Centre|
|Further Details||All enquiries to 07 825 0023 or email@example.com|
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