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2nd Cambridge CamRuSS Art, Craft and Food Fair 2017
Saturday 3 June, 2017, 12:00 - 15:00
You are cordially invited to come to the Second Cambridge CamRuSS Russian Fair!
Last year the fair was a great success. There were 45 stalls and more than 400 visitors, who came not only from Cambridge and the surrounding area, but also from more remote towns and cities. Even though it was a Russian fair at heart, it had a truly international flavour as it was visited by people speaking a variety of different languages.
This year, the Russian Fair will be held at the same place as before – Arbury Community Centrе, Campkin Road, Cambridge CB4 2LD.
Timing: for visitors – from 12 noon till 3pm;
for vendors – stall set-up from 11am, clearing at 4pm.
Free entrance and parking
12.00 Doors open and Fair starts
12.30-12.45 Awards ceremony for the participants of Total Dictation, Cambridge
14.15-14.45 Raffle prizes
15.00 Fair ends
- The CamRuSS organisers table, to help if you have any questions
- Raffle tickets, drinks and cakes sale by CamRuSS
- Tables for drinks and food available
You are entertained by Tadeusz Grenda, accordion.
12.00-12.15 Interactive readings with Katya Onatskaya, teacher in Cambridge Russian Academy, in Russian
12.15 -15.15 Art workshops
|Basics of Chinese calligraphy with artist Natasha Sutta
|Wooden spoon decoration with artist Vida Dagyte
Workshop enrolment – by email email@example.com or at CamRuSS organisers’ table or at workshop entrance. The number of places is limited. Fee £5 adults, £3 children (8+).
Natasha Sutta – Chinese calligraphy specialist with many years of work in Taiwan, Prague and Cambridge. Vida Dagyte – decorative ceramics specialist: you can see her works in the Main Hall, stall N32.
12.00 -15.00 Your children are entertained by the teams from Cambridge Russian School, Cambridge Russian Academy and volunteers from CamRuSS: face painting, henna hand painting, pea construction set, interactive readings and much more.
Please be aware that responsibility for the children’s safety that of the parents or carers. Please do not leave the children unattended at any time.
The organisers are not responsible for the quality and content of the goods sold at the Fair.