Grab a bargain at Streaky Bay

HAPPY: Market organisers Kayla Window, Liz McTaggart and Eve Walsh at the market hosted in April. Picture: Supplied

HAPPY: Market organisers Kayla Window, Liz McTaggart and Eve Walsh at the market hosted in April. Picture: Supplied

The ever-popular Streaky Bay Craft and Produce Market returns next weekend with nearly 60 stalls for shoppers to browse.

The market will be hosted at the new venue of the Streaky Bay Institute Hall on Sunday, December 2 from 10am to 2pm.

Items ranging from handcrafted jewellery, bric-a-brac, preserves and homemade foods, to fruits and vegetables and plants will be on sale.

Organiser Liz McTaggart said there would be something for everybody to enjoy.

“Preparations are going really well, we have the change of venue and are all organised, with an inside and outside area again, and a range of craft products, foods and more,” she said.

“There will be close to 60 stalls present.

“We’ve organised the layout so it is good for families and people visiting the district, who will see there is lots for kids to do, and it will be good for Christmas ideas.”

She said there would be a large number of regular stallholders making a return, with some new faces.

“There is a diversity of stallholders and it is a good community day out.”

The market is hosted twice a year, once in April and then in December, and Ms McTaggart said there continued to be community support.

“It is a great event for the district for everybody to come along and enjoy,” she said.

“It showcases local people creating things and selling their goods, and we get great support from the community.”