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Beautiful quilts, innovative textiles, unusual photographs and a huge variety of art works made the Trentham Easter Art & Craft Show another successful local event. About 2000 people visited the show, bought 61 pieces of art, and were impressed by the quality and range of work on display. It was particularly pleasing to see many entries from Trentham and Bullarto primary schools.
Peoples’ Choice (Art) went to Vanessa Gellibrand for her portrait of “Bear” a local Trentham character. Peoples’ Choice (Craft) was won by Jane Bloom for her stunning, mediaeval-inspired flower quilt.
The raffle, for a master-class with Annie Smithers of “du Fermier” restaurant fame, was won by Sarah Nankervis, daughter of the late Ellie Kemp, Trentham pharmacist and local benefactor.
Judges’ Awards 2016
Best in Show: Helen Cottle for “Summer landscape near Trentham”.
Best Local Artist: Ellie Young for her photograph, “Hang Zhou”, a back street in China.
Best Oil: Russell Annear for “Morning Mist”.
Best Watercolour: John Clarke for “Bridge at Malmsbury”.
Best Acrylic: Norma Webster for “Buddy Boys”.
Best Pastel: Sue Coad for “The Meeting”.
Best Other Media: Nonian Lier for “Heads up Lads”.
Best Photography: Kathy Diamond for “Waiting”.
Best Digital Media: Garth Henderson for “Constructive Botanics –repository”.
Best Sculpture: Sarah Peckham for “Sugar Glider”.
Best Junior Art: Otto from Trentham PS for “Dawn”.
Best Textile: Helen McRae for “Cape”.
Best Embroidery: Lyn Williams for “At the Bottom of My Garden”.
Best Ceramics: Tony Barnes for “Vase Copper Red”.
Best Manipulated Fibre: Anja Tusek for “Kissed by Klimt”.
Best Jewellery: no prize awarded.
Best Junior Craft: Marni Frye for “untitled”.
Following two sold out events in 2013 and 2014, the Trentham Growers, Cookers & Eaters dinner is back for another year. Indulge your senses in a banquet of cool country produce prepared by local chefs, accompanied by live entertainment from local artists and all sorts of other awesome things.
Book online HERE or buy tickets at Redbeard Historic Bakery.
Come one come all! Following a sold out event in 2013, the Trentham Food Hub is again hosting the annual Growers, Cookers & Eaters dinner. This is the third year that we’ve held the event and it’s becoming more popular each year.
The dinner is a celebration of local food featuring dishes from several local chefs, seasonal produce from over 30 producers and live entertainment from local artists.
This is an Australian Fair Food Week event, promoting resilient, equitable and sustainable food systems. Join us for a fantastic evening of delicious food, great music and lively conversation. All proceeds will contribute to our projects supporting local farming and guests will hear about the next phase for the Trentham Food Hub.
Tickets are available now at RedBeard Bakery, The Cosmopolitan Hotel and online via www.trenthamfoodhub.org. Contact Justin Walsh for more information on 0418 543 944 or email@example.com
The Trentham Food Hub is hosting an information workshop on farm finance and investment with presentations from Bendigo Bank and Rural Bank.
Find out about trends and opportunities in the agribusiness space, and what options are available to you from local service providers.
Thursday 10th April, 7pm at The Plough Trentham. $35 per person including 2-course dinner with drinks at bar prices.
Bookings essential. Visit farmfinancetrentham.eventbrite.com.au or contact Justin Walsh: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Trentham Photography Club is now on this website (under Community Groups) and are having their inaugural photo exhibition, to be held over the same weekend as the Great Trentham Spudfest.
The theme for the 2014 exhibition is ‘All Things Potato’. Use your imagination to draw from a range of scenarios including planting and harvesting, old and new machinery, potato farms, potato farmers, potato plants, shedding and other associated buildings. Be creative, be ingenious, be artistic!
Entry Form and conditions/guidelines can be downloaded from their page on this site or collected from the Neighbourhood Centre, entries must be in by extended to Mon. 21st April.
These words are going around town quite a lot lately, if you've heard them, want to know more but didn't get to the recent meetings in March 2014 to discuss it, visit http://www.trenthamhub.com.au where you will find more detail. There are more meetings planned so keep a lookout for them, the concept needs as much community input as we can get.
A flyer is attached below.
Commencing 25 September 2013, a bus will start travelling to Trentham on Wednesdays, and will bring people to Daylesford by 10.30am, leaving Daylesford at 1pm to take people home again.Boookings are essential, call SmartRun on 1300 44 35 34 to book.
Please see attached flyer for further information.
Book in for the tour and see 4 brilliant houses in the Trentham district. Meet the owners and gain first hand knowledge about building or retro-fitting.Two tours, 10am and 1.30pm, $10 per head, departing from Trentham Neighbourhood Centre.
Please see the attachment for further information.
Our goal is to help you reduce your energy bills.
6.30pm at the Trentham Neighbourhood Centre.
Come and hear what the Community Energy Group has on offer for the homeowners of Trentham.Please bring along your friends and neighbours to this free even.