WE ARE INCREDIBLY EXCITED TO HOST OUR 3RD INTERNATIONAL DAY OF RURAL WOMEN.
Jackie Elliott started the tradition of Rural Women’s Day three years ago and currently organises and hosts this event in Victoria. The day is about recognising and supporting rural and regional women. To bring them together to be involved and feel connected to their communities. Like Jackie, we want to take a small moment out of our lives for International Day of Rural Women, to consider and reflect on the positive and inspiring Women in our community; to celebrate, inspire and encourage, in a period we all need it most.
Where: The Apple Farm
When: Friday 14th October 2022
Time: 12pm – 3.00pm
Non Members: $60
including GST plus Booking Fee
Lunch includes two courses and a drink on arrival ($30 pp free flowing drinks package, 2 hours, will include bellinis, pimms, wine, mocktails, tea & coffee – to purchase upon arrival)
Speakers: Robyn Verrall, 2022 SA Agrifutures Rural Women’s Award Winner and Sarah Hope a Published Author, Artist, Interior Stylist and Decorator
This event will be conducted according to COVID-19 safe rules applicable on the day.
Tickets cancelled prior to 7 days prior to the event will be refunded, minus the booking fee. Tickets cancelled within 7 days of the event including “no-shows” will incur a 100% cancellation fee. All tickets are transferable please contact the event coordinators.
This project is funded by the Australian Government.
This project is delivered by the Limestone Coast Landscape Board, through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program
About our Speakers:
2022 SA Agrifutures Rural Women’s Award
SA Leader for Gender Equity
Fellow Governors Leadership Foundation
SA Woman Member of the Year
Advantage SA Regional Award Winner
Sarah grew up in Melbourne, where she discovered a passion for writing, art and theatre from an early age. She has since lived most of her life in country Victoria, raising a bustling blended family of six (now adult) children with her husband, Pete. She has an honours degree from the University of Melbourne, and for a number of years was a senior newspaper journalist and advertising copywriter.
As well as writing, she is a practising artist and potter with a mild obsession for beautifully curated interiors, homewares, and rambling gardens.
Sarah’s diverse creative career has seen her become a published author (‘Canvas’ 2018); found creative brands, Hope & Co. and Australian Country House; host luxury accommodation, ‘The Flats’ (formerly Studio 272); and exhibit her artworks in galleries.
With a wealth of industry experience across multiple creative industries, Sarah has unparalleled aptitude for style. Her offerings as a writer, interior decorator, artist, and educator, are a testament to her life-long passion for creativity.