The Sustainability Fair DeferredTo minimise the risk of COVID-19 transmission.
The Uraidla Sustainability Fair organising committee has decided to postpone the event, in light of Federal Government advice that non-essential gatherings of more than 500 people should be suspended to minimise the risk of COVID-19 transmission.
Thank you to all of our supporters – stall holders, community members, producers and artists – that have been working hard to plan for this fabulous grass roots event.
We’re looking forward to seeing you all at a super-sustainable fair later this year and will keep you posted about revised plans via social media.
A fabulous line up of Speakers, Musicians, Artists, Local Food & Wine producers, Sustainable products – new and old as well as Technology companies, Environmental groups and wonderful volunteer organisations.
11:30 Victoria Meyer : Staying Sane in a Changing Climate
12:15 Shelterspace : Bushfire Resistance through Earth Homes
1:00 Sophie Thomson : Cooler, Greener, more loveable backyards
2:15 Love Earth Laura : Inspirational low waste living
10:00 King Bee
11:20 The Hypotheticals
12:10 Nice Verdes
1:10 Tim Moore
2:00 Naomi Keyte
2:40 Uraidla Concert Band
3:00 Recycled Fashion Parade
3:30 Uraidla Concert Band
4:00 Reverend & Miss Rowdy
4:50 The Chromatics
Meet Our Speakers
Presenter | Writer | Garden Consultant
Paul Mitchell & Dale Lloyd
Shelterspace - Australian Earth Sheltered House Designers
Love Earth Laura
Teacher, Blogger & Climate Activist
Climate and Sustainability Advocate
In 2016 Naomi won the National Live Music Award for ‘Best Live Voice SA’ and in 2017 was nominated for three South Australian Music awards; ‘Best Release’, ‘Best Folk’, and ‘Best Female Artist’.
Since the 2017 release of their debut album ‘Melaleuca’, Naomi has played a series of Parlour shows and a handful of festivals including Here’s to Now, The Basket Range Festival, WOMADelaide (2018) and OzAsia (2019).
Nice Verdes have released two albums, ‘Succulence’ in 2008 and ‘Brontosaurus’ in late 2014. The music of Nice Verdes is uplifting and sunny original indie world music. Inspired by the music’s of the world, Cuba, Colombia, Africa, Europe and Latin America, they play combinations of Cuban tres, accordions, ukelele, guitar, harmonica and vocals.
The Reverand and Mrs Rowdy
Honky Tonk music boils up old-timey country, jazz, western swing, bluegrass and blues – all in the same pot. Rev and Mrs Rowdy’s take on it digs some classic honky tonk, scratches up some unexpected new ground (Nick Cave, the Sex Pistols and Los Bèatles get a treatment), and plants some old new original songs in the rich honky tonk soil.
The legendary Chromatics will be playing at the Sustainability Fair!
A super smooth ensemble of musical aficionados that love to play and play with love.
King Bee (Oliver Kabbani) is an acoustic blues purist, playing his way through the 1920’s Mississippi Delta all the way to the 1940’s of Chicago.
Murder ballads, lewd innuendos and deals with the devil, King Bee is a story teller who takes his lead from classic bluesmen such as Charley Patton, Blind Willie McTell and Robert Johnson
Uraidla Concert Band
Beloved by locals and visitors alike the Uraidla Concert Band’s emphasis is on fun and entertainment.
‘Tim Moore is one of Adelaide’s best folk singer songwriters. He writes with gut-wrenching honesty and has a strong captivating on-stage presence.’ Radio Adelaide
The Hypotheticals will enchant you with their melodies. A group evolving out of the Uraidla Concert Band
Mini Mad Things Craft
All day craft activities
Interactive Story Telling, Seed saving
Bugs n Slugs
Interactive bugs, slugs, mini creatures
Free play & cubby making
Basket Range Primary School
Pico's Puppet Palace
Puppet Show Pico & the Golden Lagoon
Mt Lofty District Group Australian Breastfeeding Association
Feeding and change area
Kokodama Workshops & Bathbomb workshops
Book Kokodama Workshops: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=607849&bof=1
Book Bathbomb workshops: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=607801&
Bees Wax Wraps workshops
Come along throughout the day and for just $5 make you own, personalised bees wax wrap.
Cancer Council SA
Skin care and cancer prevention
Almond Mylk pressing
Come along and learn about what seeds will grow where you live.
It's time to let your creativity shine and bring along the scarecrow of your dreams or nightmares. Scarecrows need to be made from 90% recycled materials and able to be attached to a fixed dropper.
Thanks to our sponsors for making this event FREE to attend
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Where It’s At
Uraidla Show Grounds
Uraidla SA 5142
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