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Felix Ceramics – Indulge the Senses – Pyrenees Creative Weekend

Thanks for booking Indulge the Senses – Pyrenees Creative Weekend – we just know you are going to have a fantastic time!

Here are the details:

When: Depends on variant selected.
Where: 27 Lansdowne Street, Talbot
How to get here: Own vehicle
Parking: Free parking on site
Your host: Belinda Michael
Email: felixceramicsstudio@gmail.com
Phone: 0428723024

What to bring:
There is no need for you to bring anything other than some old clothes for the pottery class and whatever personal items you would normally take on an overnight trip.

Cancellations: Due to the costs associated with this experience, cancellations made more than 48hrs before the date will result in a 50% refund. Cancellations after this time will not be eligible for refund.

What else you should know?
Meeting time is 2pm on the Saturday at the Pottery Studio.
Please advise us at least a week in advance if you have any dietary requirements.
Also please note that if booking on Talbot Market weekend there may be some noise early in the morning as stall holders set up, guests are also required to park at the rear on those days.

Insider Tips
Here are a few other places Belinda Michael recommends you visit while you are in the area:
Once you know where to look, Talbot will provide you with plenty of surprises.

Talbot Provedore and Eatery offer quality coffee, and beautiful meals made from local and regional produce. The local pub offers a Sunday Roast, and Amherst Winery is just a short drive for a tasting of locally produced wines.

The Corridor Art Gallery showcases paintings, drawing and prints by local artists and the Felix Ceramics Gallery is just next door. In Slightly Bent Books you may find that hard to get volume and the Railway Station Gallery offers memorabilia, artwork and an array of succulents at its adjoining nursery.

The Talbot Museum houses the Edwards collection of photographs, documents and letters and adjoining it is the Talbot Communications Museum which is home to historic radio, phone and TV equipment.

The Talbot Observatory opens every clear Friday, Saturday and Sunday night all year, at 7p.m. in Winter and 9p.m. in Summer, with extra nights on school holidays. Booking is not normally required; however it is advised to ring first to check on cloud cover in Talbot. 

Talbot is home to one of Victoria’s leading farmers markets on the third Sunday of every month, from 9.00am to 1.00pm. On market day over 100 stallholders set up in Talbot’s historic precinct, along Scandinavian Crescent and surrounding streets. On offer is farm fresh organic fruit and vegetables, honey, wine, pasta, puddings, olives, organic meat, continental cakes, local flaxseed oil, homemade cheeses, live produce, plants and more.

Plus some accommodation options if you want to stay and make a weekend of it:
Pretty Cottage, Talbot

Please note:

Unfortunately we can’t refund your money after this time, however, we are happy for you to send someone in your place.

If the presenter needs to cancel the event we will do our best to let you know as soon as possible and offer you an alternative date or refund your money in full.

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