The Warrah Society will host its fourth annual Spring Fair on Saturday, September 9 at their Harris Road Dural campus from 10am to 3pm.
The fun-filled family day will feature live music, boutique markets, fresh organic produce including an organic BBQ, an international food stall, handcraft and fine art exhibition, a white elephant stall and more! There will be lots of enjoyable activities for children, including a jumping castle, plaster painting, craft, and a Kids Corner. Tours of Warrah’s Biodynamic Farm will run throughout the day.
Chief Executive Officer of Warrah, Georgina Michaelis, said the fair began a few years ago and is a great opportunity to connect with our local and extended community.
‘Warrah is a community based organisation that has been serving Sydney’s north-west for over 50 years, and we felt it was time to give the north-west an opportunity to enjoy some of what we do. The Warrah Spring Fair is a great time to come and visit our beautiful main campus in Dural when it’s at its best,” 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 promote 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. For further media information and photo opportunity arrangements please contact:
Community Development Manager WARRAH SOCIETY
02 9651 2411 | Mobile: 0438 998 737
20 Harris Rd, Dural NSW 2158
PO Box 357, Round Corner NSW 2158
‘A Rudolf Steiner organisation dedicated to enriching the lives of people with disability.’