EVENT DATES: 18 November 2018
Don’t be late for this very important date! Join us down the Rabbit Hole for a fabulous unbirthday afternoon tea, beneath Sandford’s historic oak tree. Don your outlandishly creative hat or wackiest outfit, or come as you are – there will be plenty to chortle at! Enjoy scrumptious food in a mad, light hearted atmosphere. Perhaps play a wacky game while the tea is drawing. Remember to bring your camera. Dressed up or down, put yourself into the picture by stepping up to the themed ‘face-in-the-hole’ murals painted by a local artist.
Date: Sunday 18 November 2018
Venue: Sandford Village Hall
Address: 14 Burke Street, Sandford
Time: 3.00 pm till 5.00 pm
Entry: Tickets: $10
Bookings: Not required
ABOUT THE HALL
The Sandford Hall, adjacent to the smaller Forester’s Hall, was first established as the Mechanics Institute. Sandford resident and pioneer, Mr John S Anderson, was the instigator of the hall. The foundation stone was laid in 1885, and the hall officially opened in 1886. On June 21st 1887, and the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria’s reign, John S Anderson planted a commemorative oak. The aged oak tree still stands and is heritage listed.
Visit the Sandford Village Hall page.