Don your best Beehive, wear a mini skirt, culottes, go-go boots, a box-shaped PVC dress, bell bottom flares with a fringed waistcoat or be stylish in a single-breasted two buttoned suit with a plain textured tie, highly polished black Oxford shoes, Fedora hat and a high-collared tan trench coat and head to Hazelhurst Arts Centre for its first 60s Fair Fest.
Make a flower crown with artist Leahlani Johnson, enjoy free art making and 60s games and activities for children, face painting, a free 60s dress-ups and polaroid photobooth and food and drink in the Hazelhurst Café
Enjoy the current exhibition at Hazelhurst Arts Centre highlighting the work of Marion Hall Best (1905-1988), Sydney’s pre-eminent interior designer of the 20th century. She was one of the first independent and most influential interior designers in Australia.
You’ll be transported back to the 1960s for the day. There’ll be authentic 60s vintage wears including clothing, knitwear and jewellery, there’ll be classics from the 60s with Endless Summer Beach Party, go go dancing and a classic car display.