Three teachers have united to host a food and art exhibition at the Country Women's Association Hall in Robertson Park.
The exhibition started on Friday and is continuing until Monday evening.
The event was organised by three teachers including Just Home Grown owner, and hospitality teacher, Robin Marshall who is selling chutney, jam and relishes, English teacher Giuliana Hannelly is selling homemade Italian treats and art, science and legal studies teacher Jennifer Lacey is also displaying her art works.
There are artists Wanda Driscoll and Robert Keen are also participating in the exhibition.
Mrs Hannelly said the three women met when they were all teachers at the MET School but only two are currently still teaching and Ms Marshall and herself now teach at James Sheahan Catholic Primary School.
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Ms Marshall said the pop-up event was planned at short notice.
"We just wanted to share a bit of joy with others and to give people an opportunity to get out and do something," she said.
"We have all our COVID precautions in place and we thought it's a good opportunity to get out and experience things like art and food and conversation."
The pop-up exhibition will take place at the CWA Hall from 10am to 6pm on Sunday and Monday.
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