Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Port Fairy Folk Festival

Jackie Kerin is off to the Port Fairy Folk Festival with story collaborator and musician buddy, Sarah Depasquale.

Saturday March 10
The Pavilion
10.45 am Tales from the Flyway 
Stage 4 
2.00 pm Lyrebird! A true story. (children's event)

Sunday March 11
The Pavilion
10.45 am The Amazing Case of Dr Ward an other stories
12.30 pm The Pat Glover Award (open storytelling opportunity)


Tales from the Flyway  takes you on a journey following the path of migratory shore birds, from south-east Australia to Siberia, along the East Asian Australasian Flyway. The show is playful and occasionally enlightening.

The Amazing Case of Dr Ward and other stories asks the question: when you bite into a mango, spread a picnic rug under a shady elm or pop a fuchsia bud, do you ever wonder, how these plants come to be in Australia?

 *Our Amazing Case was made for us by the Hobson's Bay Men's Shed. It is a scaled down replica based of one of the oldest Wardian cases held in Kew Gardens. Cases like these were used to transport plants around the world from 1833 -1962

Off site in the Port Fairy township

Sunday March 11
Blarney Books
3.15 pm Talking Phar Lap the wonder Horse and other iconic Australian stories.

Full program for Port Fairy HERE

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