Thursday, February 25, 2010

HAVE A STALL AT THE MADE N THORNBURY MARKET

DATES FOR 2010
Saturday May 1 10 -3pm
Thursday Jully 22 4 -7pm
Saturday 23 October
Saturday 11 December

APPLYING FOR A STALL

Made n Thornbury welcomes applications from new, emerging and established stall holders.
Priority is given to new and emerging crafts people and people living in Darebin.

You can have two stalls per year and be wait listed for other markets.
Priority is given to new stall holders for the December Market.

The July market MADE N THORNBURY JUST GOT WARMER is for winter clothes and food. Scarves, hand knits,felted items and so on.

The May market is full.

To apply a stall call
Thornbury Womens Neighbourhood House on 9480 0466
or email justine@twnh.vic.edu.au

Saturday, February 6, 2010

MADE N THORNBURY 1 WEEK TO GO

Made n Thornbury Community Market
Buy something lovely for the one you love.
The first market of 2010 will be made up of mainly new and emerging stall holders.
Join us on Saturday 13 at 131 Shaftesbusy Pde.
The home of Thornbury Women's Neighbourhood House .
Eat something delicious form the Sliding Door Cafe and Melbourne Epicure.
Buy a hat a brooch a skirt something crafty for your children.
Join in the special children's music session and relax with a coffee from Friends Of Baucau
SATURDAY 13 FEBRUARY
10 3PM
131 SHAFTESBURY PDE

NORTHCOTE LEADER 5 FEBRUARY 2010
Produce proudly made in Darebin
GET ready for delicious cupcakes, hand-made clothing and crafty knick knacks. And it’s all local.
The Made N Thornbury market is back this month, with a variety of local stallholders showing their wares.
Reservoir’s Cathie Avraam is making cupcakes, frittatas and tarts as just some of the culinary delights she will be sell on the day.
Ms Avraam said the market has a fantastic atmosphere, which acts as a little community hub. “You get to see a lot of the stallholders on the day and the customers are really nice and enjoy being there,” she said. “I take my little one and she hangs out at the kids’ craft table, so parents can have a look around.”
Thornbury Women’s Neighbourhood House co-ordinator Justine Sless said the quarterly market has proved so popular that many stallholders have been on a wait list since last May. “The emphasis is on supporting women in micro business - the market stall costs $10 and is kept at a low fee to support new and emerging crafts people and people who make food locally,” she said.
The market holds about 30 stalls and aims to rotate stalls.

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