Stomping Ground Springwood

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Stomping Ground: Rummage & Roam through Springwood
10am – 3pm
Saturday 17 September
Free Event
Stomping Ground: Rummage & Roam will present a vibrant pre-loved clothing and vintage fashion market with creative, eco-friendly workshops and local maker stalls offering a range of unique, sustainable handmade items.
Applications to be a stallholder for this event are now open, presenting the unique opportunity for community members to clear out and recycle preloved designer and vintage clothing and/or accessories.
A BYO picnic area will be set up in the Hub forecourt for families to enjoy a program of entertainment, including live performances from Counterpoint Children’s Ensemble, Hands Heart & Feet, Kanimbla Quartet and Crow Mountain.
Next door, Braemar Gallery will be open all day with three exhibitions on show and artist talks by Tobin O’Bree and Julia Butler. Julia will also run a free felting workshop for registered participants.
To celebrate new additions to the public art of Springwood Town Centre, a Street Art Stroll will lead visitors to a new public art installation at the School of Arts Square by Nastia Gladushchenko, and onwards to the launch of a new community mural at DBL Ristretto café led by local artists Ailie Banks and Merindah Funnel. A live program of singer songwriters will also feature at the School of Arts Square, putting a spotlight on local talent.
Visual and performance artists WeiZen Ho and Alan Schacher will be presenting their community engagement and creative research project Memory Walks, culminating in a performance procession exploring local stories and the ritual of walking. The artists invite community to contact them if they would like to share a favourite local walk in the lead up to the event and attend a series of free making workshops at the Blue Mountains Theatre.
The events at Stomping Ground are funded under the Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund through the joint Commonwealth/State Disaster Recovery Arrangements, with additional support by the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government Initiative.
For more information on the event, register as a stall holder, and to see the full program of events, visit
To register to be part of the ‘Memory Walks’ program, please contact
WeiZen Ho: 0416 038 897 or
Alan Schacher: 0418 272 601
Applications to be a stallholder are now open (closing Friday, 19 August 2022).Clear out your wardrobe, make some cash, and recycle your preloved designer and vintage clothing and/or accessories.
  • Stalls are available for sellers from the general public, not regular market sellers.
  • Stallholders will be invited to be swap/ sell one hour before opening to the public on the day. The market will open to the public from 10 am to 3pm.
  • The stall cost is $65

 Successful applicants will be notified Friday, 27 August 2022. A maximum of 25 stalls will be available.  When capacity is reached, we will open a waiting list application.

Please click here to download and read the Stall Information Document for full details before submitting your details below.

The Blue Mountains Planetary Health Pluriversity is part of Blue Mountains City Council’s Planetary Health Initiative. Find out more here


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