Warrah Society will host its fifth annual Spring Fair on Saturday, September 8 at their fabulous Harris Road Dural campus from 10am to 3pm.
The fun-filled family day will feature entertainment, boutique markets, fresh organic produce including an organic BBQ, international food, white elephant stall and recycled fashion, art and craft exhibition and more! There will be lots of attractions for children, including craft activities, pony rides and a jumping castle.
The Fair includes a tour of Warrah’s Biodynamic Farm and offers delicious food tastings at the Warrah Farm Shop, which will launch some new products including fresh organic meat, a range of books and some new lines from boutique organic food producers.
Chief Executive Officer of Warrah, Georgina Michaelis said ‘The Fair began a few years ago and has gone from strength to strength. Warrah’s beautiful main campus provides the perfect setting for a Spring celebration, and it’s a great day of community, good food and family enjoyment. Not to be missed!” she said.
Warrah provides quality services to adults and children with disability in Sydney’s North West. A broad range of services includes Warrah Special School, supported independent living, and community support services including courses and workshops. Alongside Warrah’s services sits Sydney’s only certified biodynamic farm, growing biodynamic and organic produce. Warrah’s on-site social enterprise, the Farm Shop sells a broad range of high quality organic produce, groceries, meat and dairy.
“We want to share what it is that makes Warrah unique and extraordinary”, said Georgina.
Funds raised from the Warrah Spring Fair benefit people with a disability through Warrah’s innovative projects. We look forward to seeing you on the day!