The annual showcase for artists and craftspeople from in and around Nether Edge, with dozens of tempting stalls.
Stalls include: cards, ceramics, child and baby clothes, embroidery, glassware, hair and bridal accessories, hand dyed yarn, homeware, jewellery (new and upcycled), knitwear, paintings, photography, prints, upcycled and repurposed furniture, wall hangings, and much more!
There will also be stalls from local community groups and charities, and music from the Nether Edge Folk Club.
Homemade lunches and teas available. The Festival Raffle will be drawn at 4pm.
0114 250 8251
An exhibition of dramatic impasto landscapes and watercolours featuring the Peak District and Cornish coast.
There will be a ‘silent’ charity auction for a canvas piece and a watercolour (proceeds to Trees for Cities).
A preview to an exhibition of dramatic impasto landscapes and watercolours featuring the Peak District and Cornish coast.
Sculptural wirework session with Lucy Coyne – come and create a fabulous piece for your garden. Twisting, wrapping, bending, cold forging in a specialist studio; create a unique seedhead to take home.
Price includes materials and refreshments.
Donation proceeds will go to Spring Up Foundation (funding further education in Palestine).
0114 2550945 / 07765513023
Our annual exhibition of art created by local young people has become a Festival fixture, and is supported by many local primary schools and a number of secondary schools.
Light refreshments are available, plus a craft activity to keep our young visitors busy!
This year also features artwork from young people in Kolkata.
An autumnal workshop with felter Sue Rogers. Create a felted piece from a selection of fruits and vegetables!
Beginners to intermediate, age 13+ (children must be accompanied by a paying adult).
Included: Lots of felting tips; equipment and materials.
Refreshments provided. Message us with any dietary requirements on booking.
Pre-booking essential. Book here
A £3 rebate will be given on the door for all children over 13.
An autumnal workshop with felter Sue Rogers. Create two Fly Agaric toadstools on a mossy mound.
The Knit and Natter group meets weekly to knit, crochet, embroider, quilt or natter. We work on our own projects and help each other. There are light refreshments.
This week member Glynis Smith shows us how to be creative using two basic stitches.
An open art exhibition displaying great work from local amateur and professional artists.
Preview: Friday 13th 8pm; exhibition open all week (except Monday).
For details and submissions please visit www.rubyhoof.com
Then please get in touch and let us know. We are always looking to work with people so the festival can grow in success and popularity each year.
Your community is what you make it!