• 2018 FESTIVAL… 24th March

    10am - 4pm
    Red Earth Park &
    Mooroolbark Community Centre

    Departs 10am
    From Station St, along Brice Ave to
    Red Earth Park

    [Below Image: Ghawazee Belly Dancers at Celebrate Mooroolbark 2010]

  • Ghawazee Belly Dancers
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Recycled Sculpture Comp

It’s Easy Being Green

The recycled sculpture competition has outgrown the festival this year!! With the sustainability theme of It’s Easy Being Green we thought we’d find it some more space and give it more time on display. It’s all very exciting.

The Terrace Shopping Centre has kindly offered space within its walls to display the sculptures and if we get more than we can fit, we’re going to ask shops to display them in windows down the main street of Brice Avenue. The display will run Tuesday 21st – Sunday 26th March.

So begin collecting, constructing, moulding and gluing now! Entries should fit the sustainability theme, but really you already do by the nature of it… 🙂

$100 cash prize and your name on the perpetual trophy!

Proudly sponsored by the Disabled People’s Company Inc.

Dimensions: Entries to be no larger than one cubic metre

Materials: 100% recycled

Entry: Gold coin donation (goes towards the running of the festival)

Deliver Sculptures: 3:30 – 6pm Monday 20th March, 2017

To: The Terrace Shopping Centre, 66 – 74 Brice Ave, Mooroolbark

Entry forms will be available at The Terrace, to be filled out when you deliver your sculpture or you can download and print it here, to bring with you when you deliver your sculpture on Monday 20th March.

Pick up Sculptures:  3:30 – 6pm Monday 27th March, 2017. (Otherwise they’ll have to go into the recycling bin)

Winners will announced from the main stage at the festival, announced on our website, Facebook and contacted by phone/email

Please note: Due to the display being housed at The Terrace, we cannot take responsibility for any damage caused to sculptures during display. The Terrace is locked overnight which will help to protect them.


Pic credit: https://elliehannon.com/sculpture/
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