RANDOM acts of poetry will be among the talents, products and wares showcased at the Cooroy Fusion event this Saturday.
This year, the three year-old event aptly named Fusion, has brought together the much-loved annual Woodworkers' show at Memorial Hall, the Mother's day orchid show at the CWA hall and Fusion library event into one all-day colourful, community show day.
Sunshine Coast council spokesperson Liz Bleechmore said the whole event had been put together through community partnerships and local sponsorships.
People in the neighbourhood such as organic gardener Nicola Chatham will present workshops, while our long-standing, multi-talented street performer Terry Wells will delight the audience with his extraordinary juggling and musical skills.
Poet Geoffrey Datson promises surprise performances on unsuspecting crowds and on the Green next to the library there
will about twenty food stalls.
Cooroy Bowls club restaurant promises to enrich your tastebuds with their 'lunchbox' deal -an Italian influenced antipasto that includes frittata and various breads. While Cooroy Meat Hall Butcher Peter Harris will show off his English inspired fare including pork pies, black puddings and Cornish pastries.
Artists and tutors will display, sell and demonstrate their arts in around the Butter factory, while the Sunshine Hinterland Writers Centre presents local author readings and launch their July Reality Bites Festival. Noosa District film students contribute to the day with a showing of their amazing films and music from their school band.
But if you want to participate rather than watch, try some of the many workshops including - Jugglings show and workshop, Save on your power bill and living yoga demonstration.