The 2013 Book town review document. It covers the festival as a whole.
It’s a gorgeous day in Clunes – the sun is shining as our first lots of marquees go up and the buzz of activity is blending in with the sound of grass being mown and spring springing. It’s all systems go for Booktowns For Kids on Saturday. So come to the country for this fabulous […]
Come to Children’s Booktown and meet Pru, the weaver – next Saturday. the village of lost trades will include a cobbler, penny-farthing maker, paper marbler, basket weavers, rocking horse maker, potters, a book seller from the 1930s and even a poet in a telegraph office! And more….
Come experience Korean Culture in Clunes! Korean Consulate General Melbourne, in association with Clunes Booktown for Kids, invites you and your family to experience a day of face painting, join AO Crew for K-pop dance lessons, learn how to write your name in Korean, take fun pictures with photo cut-outs of traditional Korean outfits and […]
We cant get all of their books on a single shelf but here are some of the books Krista Bell Mark Carthew Sherryl Clark Hazel Edwards Mark Greenwood Ann James Jackie Kerin Frane Lessac Andrew Plant Judith Rossell Claire Saxby Craig Smith Mark Wilson
Over the weekend, and in the main street, people dropped by to help make 3 kilometers of bunting for the festival from pages of discarded books. It looks spectacular and we will be using to decorate the Children’s Village of Lost Trades as part of Clunes Booktown for Kids. How do kids books and lost […]
Did you ever have a peg doll? Learn how to make your own clothes peg doll, or rag doll - the old fashioned way. All this and more in the Children’s Village of Lost Trades at Clunes Booktown For Kids
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