Come along and find a bargain.
Toys, clothes, sausage sizzle, books, records, craft stalls,
recycled treasure, garden, tools, manchester, cakes
Something for everyone.
When: Saturday 29th October 2022
Time: 8:30am - 2pm
Where: Turramurra Uniting Church
10 Turramurra Ave, Turramurra
An activity of St Andrew's South Turramurra and Turramurra
All money raised goes to a variety of charities and projects.
How do you participate?
1. Buy – from the dozens of stalls in and around the church.
2. Sell from your own stall.
Book a stall 2m x 2m - $30 or $40 under cover.
Apply for space & further details by ringing Henk Landstra 9449 5750, 0448 891 800.
3. Donate – good quality saleable: toys, clothes, books, cds, dvds, china, manchester, household items, tools, artworks, potted plants.
We regret that we cannot accept:
Goods we consider unsuitable
Large Items of Furniture as there is insufficient space
TVs, Computers, Monitors and Printers, Oil Heaters
Other Electrical Items unless fully working and safe
Videos, Audio Cassettes, Encyclopaedias, Textbooks, Magazines
Baby Cots and Child Car Restraints/Car Seats
Bikes, Bike Racks
Bring your donations on:
Thursday 27th October ONLY 9am-9pm.
To find out more click here
Loosely Woven Concert Wired & Awake
7pm Friday 12th August,
A light-hearted, folky, acoustic concert. . .
The concert will feature 18 instrumentalists and singers.
Entry donations will assist Cobargo residents still recovering from the bushfires.
The program features a number of well known songs including
All I have to do is dream (The Everly Brothers)
And this is my beloved (from 'Kismet')
Helpless (Neil Young)
Let it go (from 'Frozen')
And so it goes (Billy Joel)
Crocodile Rock (Elton John)
Ombra Mai Fu (from Handel's 'Xerxes')
Please Mister Postman (The Beatles)
Some lesser known songs:
Malaika (a Swahili song)
Wellerman (New Zealand folksong)
Don't mess with my Toot Toot (fun American song)
Far from home (beautiful song by Graham Moore - from his 'Tolpuddle Martyrs' musical)
Stop Burning Coal (Climate change action words set to Anna Smyrk's wonderful 'Home' song)
The Olive Tree (traditional Chinese song)
Wired & Awake (gorgeous song by the amazing Rachel Collis)
You'd be surprised! (an hilarious duet made famous by Boris Karloff & Rosemary Clooney)
Instruments this time will include violins, viola, flute, saxophone, clarinet, harp, mandolin, harmonium, accordion, concertina, guitars, ukuleles, keyboard and percussion.
Morning service on Sundays, 9am and on Zoom