083-651-7462 or Gill on 082-450-7720.
Come and have some fun at the Rocky Ridge Farm Market on the R67 halfway to Bathurst, where you will find delicious treats, such as free-range eggs, bric-a-brac, cakes, pancakes, boerie rolls, sweets, savouries, preserves and much more. Also available is a playground where the kids can have fun while the parents shop.
The Rocky Ridge Farm Market welcomes all car boot sellers to join them at the venue free of charge, which they hope to make a permanent fixture.
“All those who wish to join us at the Rocky Ridge Farm Market and sell their wares from their vehicles are welcome, we also have stands should you require,” said market operator Desia Holmes. For more information, call 083-589-0765.
At The Workshop, you will find something for everyone, with more than 150 local, regional and international artists and crafters exhibiting in this spacious gallery. Besides all the wonderful fine art, visitors will also find unique and affordable gifts from a wonderful selection of creativity that starts with art, pottery, sculpture, woodwork, handcrafted furniture and antiques, handspun wool, felting and hand weaving, frames, as well as beadwork and much more.
The Workshop is privileged to curate the work of both local and national artists. On the weekend of the Bathurst Art Fair, some of these fine artists and crafters will be at the workshop, drawing attention, with their creative excellence.
Take a look at some art in the form of literature with Books of Bathurst, situated at 258 Kowie Road in Bathurst (the old Bathurst Arms/ Thirsty Monkey) where you can peruse many different books, as well as relax and unwind at The Lucky Bean Café with genuine artisan coffee and Italian ice cream.
Also available are original handcrafted felt garments and accessories brought to you by Heart Felt Creations. Join The Lucky Bean Café for a glass of wine and free ice cream tasting tomorrow from 5pm and enjoy some live music.
For more information, contact Mark on 082-853-4109.