Avalon Market Day
Avalon Market Day – Saturday 15 November 2014
AVALON MARKET DAY – Saturday 15 November 2014, 9am – 4pm
Avalon Market Day is one of Sydney’s most popular annual community events. The market presents a vibrant community market offering arts, craft, jewellery, collectibles, home wares, exotic items, designer fashions, food stalls and much more.
With over 300 stalls plus entertainment across 4 stages, pony rides, a petting zoo, amusement rides, an art show, a dog show, street artists, an international food offer and of course, all our local businesses are in Market Day mode.
The Collective Markets South Bank
Stallholders called for South Bank’s Christmas Markets in Stanley Street Plaza
Brisbane Marketing in collaboration with The Collective Markets are calling all Queensland artisans, producers and designers to submit applications to exhibit and trade at South Bank’s new Christmas Markets.
South Bank’s Christmas Markets, which will take place along the cobbled streets of Stanley Street Plaza from Friday 12 to Thursday 23 December 2014, are set to become an annual tradition in the Parklands. The markets will form a special part of the Christmas in Brisbane programme which sees South Bank come alive with live carol concerts, festive film screenings and fireworks displays in the lead up to Christmas.
Chinatown Markets Sydney
Friday’s Little Eat Street
Take a tast tour from Hong Kong to Hanoi with yum cha, teppanyaki, takoyaki, sushi, spicy sichuan, pho, and more at this Asian cultural experience. Pick up a copy of Chinatown Food Lover’s Guide to complete your entry form to win a trip for two to Seoul.
Where: Dixon & Little Hay Street, Haymarket
Cost: Free Entry
When: October 10, 17, 24 & 31
5pm to 10pm
There is a difference between simply buying something and truly ‘owning’ it.
Bags are often part of a family within your wardrobe-however there is always one standout stunner chosen regularly due to its familiarity and ease at which it effortlessly glides onto your shoulder. Trading most Sundays at Bondi Markets, Charlie Middleton genuine leather accessories understand the tradition of good design and quality. Ben is the man with his mind on the hide. His brief? Leather goods that are simple yet strong and fashionable with a sense of function. The result is perfect pieces to take pride of place on the arm of any discerning diva.
Perhaps you desire a customised carryall of your own? It’s in the bag! We have a conversation with this creator and his mission of crafting chic arm candy.
Bondi Farmers Market
Bondi Yoghurt is luscious and locally made by a husband and wife team. Carolina is a biologist and Chris is a designer by profession and furniture maker by trade. They both use their specific skill sets in growing the business-all up…a recipe that works! The locals love them and their protein rich products.
With a creamy texture and characteristic tang, yoghurt is a treat that can be enjoyed with most meals, whether fruity, grain-based…even as a cooling accompaniment to spicy savoury dishes.
We talk all things sweet and sour with Chris to hear his words about the curds…
Davies Park Markets
Solar Citizens Unite!
Are you sick and tired of power bills becoming more and more expensive? Solar might just be the answer. The volunteer team from www.solarcitizens.org.au will be at Davies Park Market this Saturday, conducting the Great Solar Power Poll, and they’d love for you to pop by and say hi!
Australia is one of the sunniest continents on earth, so producing power from the sun just makes sense.
This has been recognised by millions of Australians who have chosen to take energy generation into their own hands.
One million rooftop power stations are now lighting up homes around the country. And many more households are looking to solar as a way to manage their energy bills, creating cleaner energy along the way.
Check out their YouTube clip here
Young Designers Market
Happy Animal Art!
The Young Designers Market is a feel good place, with fun and funky happening everywhere you look. We’re so pleased that Maree Davidson has joined us from The Collective Markets, bringing her delightful art and eye catching stall with her!
We asked Maree where she draws her inspiration from (‘scuse the pun!), to which she replied:
“I have personally met a lot of the animals I have painted over the years. I interact with them, and get to know their personalities, which I then create into a painting - whether that be a fine art piece, or a quirky character I’ve been commissioned to paint. I also love painting animals in close-up poses, which can have a more contemporary look.”
You’ll love Maree’s original art as much as we do, so why not pop down to Young Designers Market this Sunday to meet the artist! Click “Read More” to find out more about Maree and see more great artwork.