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Sixth Street Makers Market will put spotlight on local artists
There will be something for everyone at the 2022 market, with stalls, art, music and food galore.
Murray Bridge’s arts precinct is set to come alive on Sunday with the Sixth Street Makers Market.
Over 30 stalls will line the street, boasting a range of local and South Australian handmade crafts.
Murray Bridge Regional Gallery director Fulvia Mantelli said the event supported a range of locals in creative industries and small businesses.
“Market goers can enjoy the experience of meeting and buying directly from South Australian makers offering jewellery, paintings, sculptures, ceramics, henna tattoos, flavoured honey, beeswax skincare, bath products, plants, books, homewares, ottomans, garments, gift cards, candles and more,” Ms Mantelli said.
“If you’re after an entertaining day out, a unique shopping spree, or a one-stop-spot for festive season gifts, we’ve got you covered.”
A line up of local talent will play live music on the day, including Katie Aspel, Connor Ferguson and Jordan Bender, Barney Rebel and the Murray Bridge Children’s Choir.
As for interactive exhibits, Mary Trees will hold a free drumming workshop, and participants from the Art and Place workshop series will run pop-up experimental art experiences.
Kids can enjoy face painting, giant games and craft activities.
For all the foodies out there, a variety of food vans will also be making an appearance, including Sozas Sri Lankan Street Food, Evi’s Grecian Delights, Naturas Ice Cream, Decaf Coffee and a Lions Club barbecue.
The Sixth Street Makers Market will be 10am-3pm this Sunday.
More information: Contact arts officer Michelle Dohnt on 8539 1421 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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