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Mountains Craft Market

When:
Selected Dates until Tue 14 Apr 2020
Also on: Sun 20 Oct, Sun 27 Oct, Sun 10 Nov, Sun 17 Nov, Sun 24 Nov, Sun 08 Dec, Sun 15 Dec, Sun 22 Dec
Time:
9am to 2pm
Details:
The Mountains Craft Market offers handmade, handcrafted and homegrown arts and crafts. It is run as a not-for-profit concern and helps Blackheath Presbyterian Church, the local RSL Sub Branch and Blue Mountains Cancer Help.

the market s are held at St Andrew's Presbyterian Church Hall, Wentworth Street in Blackheath every second Sunday (excl May, June, July and August) and at Blackheath RSL Hall every third and fourth Sundays each month.

The Mountains Craft Market offers a great variety of stalls including:

* olives direct from the grower
* homemade chocolate fudge
* a cake stall with delicious slices
* exquisite handmade jewellery
* handpainted (non traditional) cards
​ * handcrafted wooden toys that last forever
* handmade wooden clocks & children’s puzzles and other beautifully handcrafted woodwork items
* homemade soaps and body care products
* pyrography by an expert in her field
* vintage & collectibles
* perfectly hand knitted children’s jumpers
* and to top it all off an amazing photographer whose framed works capture our mountains and birds like no other.

See the website for more information.
Location:
St Andrew's Presbyterian Church every second Sunday
Blackheath RSL Hall every third and fourth Sunday

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