There are a host of markets coming up in Ku-ring-gai over the next few weeks as the festive season draws closer.
Local Rotary clubs are hosting the Gordon Markets on the second Sunday of every month at the car park near Gordon station in Wade Lane between 8.30am and 3pm. The next market will be on this Sunday 12 November.
On offer are antiques and collectables, local fresh produce, fashion and jewellery and artworks. Proceeds from the market go to support a range of Rotary projects; to find out more visit www.gordonmarkets.com.au.
A new addition to Ku-ring-gai’s market scene is the weekly fresh produce and farmers market at Turramurra in Karuah Park. Turra Produce – as the market is known - runs every Wednesday between 8am and 1pm offering fruit and veg, meat, cheese, bread, flowers, gourmet products, fresh coffee, breakfast and lunch options and kids activities. The next market is on Wednesday 15 November.
Chat with the farmers and producers to learn about the origins of your food. Market organisers are aiming for a sustainable event so ask that you bring reusable shopping bags and coffee keep cups if possible. To find out more visit www.turraproduce.com.au.
The monthly That Great Market at Lindfield will be on again on Sunday 19 November between 9am and 2pm at East Lindfield Community Hall at 9 Wellington Road East Lindfield. Come and browse stalls offering unusual and unique homewares, fashion, jewellery, art, fair trade and ethical products, children’s goods and clothing. The market is on the third Sunday of every month; for more information visit www.thatgreatmarket.com.au.
On Friday 1 December, St John’s Church at Gordon is holding a Christmas Twilight Market between 4pm and 9pm at 754 Pacific Highway Gordon. The market will feature a variety of stalls selling homemade cakes and jams, arts and crafts, fashion, jewellery, Christmas decorations, and stocking fillers.
You can also stock up on festive treats with traditional homemade Christmas cakes and puddings and other stalls selling a range of sweet and savoury goods. For more info visit www.stjohns.org.au.
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