Buda’s annual Traditional Arts Fair is coming to Castlemaine again on Sunday 22nd November, showcasing traditional arts, cooking and gardening in as many and varied forms as possible, in the spirit of the Leviny daughters.
Hilda Leviny, the youngest of the Leviny women who lived at 42 Hunter St Castlemaine until she died in 1981, held a fundraising event every year at Buda Historic Home and Garden around this time and in her legacy we’re opening the doors of Buda for this exciting open day.
Patchwork, spinning, weaving, knitting, lacemaking, etching, quiltmaking, emboidery, fishing rods, pickling, metalwork, handmade body products, lacemakers, lithography, etching, and much more! Most stallholders will be continuously demonstrating throughout the day. We also have our demonstration stages. All demonstrations are free once you’ve entered the gate.
Handmade Icecream, Coffee, Buda special gourmet BBQ, Duang’s paella, Devonshire teas and light lunches, beer, music, and children’s activities. A make 'n take workshop table and special themed house tours will all be on offer.
Buda Historic Home and Garden
|Sun 22 Nov 2020|
|10:00am - 4:00pm|
$5 entry, children are free
|03 5472 1032|