The Moore Park Beach Arts Festival is on tomorrow and will be a treat for residents and visitors.
There are many ways that Festival goers can get involved.
Labyrinth creators Cynthia Hoogstraten and Ramona Lane are encouraging people to bring along items that they can use themselves to decorate a labyrinth.
They need to be things that won’t be harmful to the ocean (no plastic!) but will only be limited by their imagination – shells, seeds, pinecones, leaves, flowers etc.
The labyrinth will be created from 8am – 9am and then conduct guided walks from 9.00am – 11.00am on the beach.
Moore Park Beach Arts Inc’s President Trish Mears says it will be a great day out for all ages.
“There really is something for everyone at this year’s Festival.
“From discovering some treasures at our Markets, to enjoying tasty food and drinks, to learning new skills and enjoying great art and entertainment, we think all ages will have plenty to enjoy at this year’s Moore Park Beach Arts Festival.”
Kites will also be flown on the beach, which are always a huge hit.
Kitesqld members will be flying their spectacular kites from 10.00am – 4.30pm.
There are arts and craft workshops and demonstrations – some that people will need to pre-book for, and others that people can get simply join in on the day, including blacksmithing demonstrations.
For a full list of workshops visit the website.