Good Times We've Had - Past Events on Sark
Sark Reopens for Visitors After Winter Lockdown 2021
By March, Sark was ready and waiting to welcome back our friends in Guernsey after a tough early spring. What's nicer than special hand-crafted gifts for Easter, with the comfort of a lit stove and the promise of relaxed lunch afterwards at Sark's restaurants - AJ's, Beau Sejour and Hathaway's were all open, and Guernsey people were ready to pop over to Sark Shipping for tickets. We were here for a breath of fresh air after lockdown, for anyone who came on over.
Sark's Island Christmas Starts With A Bang
Creative Sark joined in the Bonfire Night fun with a Christmas Craft Market on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th November 2020. Beautiful items handmade on Sark, from cards and knits to pottery and tasty treats were available to browse and buy in the Cider Barn, Sark's cosiest heritage venue. A cheerful lit stove, mulled wine, hot chocolate and other seasonal goodies drove away the Autumn chill.
You have to think ahead for Christmas gifts on a small island, in case you're posting presents away to friends and family in the UK and abroad. And it was great to get the community together in the Cider Barn as the nights got longer and the weather turned; kindly loaned by La Société Sercquaise, the ancient Sark building is a lovely backdrop for skilled artisans and their wares.
The craft fair finished in time for a huge bonfire and fireworks on the Saturday evening at La Collinette Field, with live bands, a hog and lamb roast and oodles of toffee apples. It really was the best Autumn weekend to come and stay on Sark.
July 11th 2020 Summer Craft and Produce Market
Creative Sark held the first public crafty event after lockdown in the Bailiwick with a relaxed outdoor craft and produce market in the sunshine. Not a bad start to the summer!
2019 - The Inaugural Creative Sark Festival
From the 1st to 15th June 2019, Creative Sark brought artists, craftspeople and performers together for a vibrant fortnight of workshops, tastings, music, tours and markets. People learned, crafted, laughed, cooked, danced and ate together - and even set to in theatrical combat! We aimed to highlight everything that is inspiring about creative life and work on the Island of Sark. Have at look at the gallery to soak up the atmosphere. For a full listing of the programme, click on the felt flowers.