More than 60 stalls greeted shoppers at the Streaky Bay Craft and Produce Market, hosted last Sunday.
Taking place at the Streaky Bay Institute, organisers were pleased with the day as a crowd including people from all over Eyre Peninsula enjoyed the market.
Event organisers Kayla Window, Eve Ayliffe, Mary Fulwood and Liz McTaggart said they were thrilled with the turnout and that the market had become a popular event in Streaky Bay the community was excited for.
“The Streaky Bay Craft and Produce Market is a platform to showcase some of Eyre Peninsula’s extraordinary talent,” Ms Window said.
A major drawcard was the unique once-off gifts that had been locally hand made especially for the markets, as well as a vast variety of stalls on offer, plus coffee and food vans, young first time buskers and mini Christmas photo shoots to help make the event special.
The day saw community groups such as the Streaky Bay Men’s Shed, Streaky Bay Scouts, Arts Up, Yantanbie Hall committee and SA Ambulance holding stalls, and they were extremely happy with the opportunity to raise funds for their groups.
Ms Window said the organisers were passionate about involving everybody young or old to showcase their creative side and encouraged people and groups to start creating now for the next market day in April.