After a winter hibernation, the Walcha Farmers Market is launching their upcoming market season on Saturday 15 September 2018, and it will coincide with the Walcha Sculpture Symposium finale and Makers Market. A fabulous weekend to enjoy some of the best Walcha has to offer!
- WHEN: The Walcha Farmers’ Markets are held on the third Saturday of the month (except during the winter months) from 8.30am-12.30pm
- WHERE: McHattan Park, near the Walcha Visitor Information Centre.
For more information visit their website on www.walchafarmersmarket.org.au or call 02 6777 2412.
Bring along the family or a group of friends and enjoy a wonderful selection of stalls including breakfast burgers, pastries, espresso coffee, homemade lemonade, gourmet produce, handmade body products, plants, Turkish gozleme, live entertainment and lots more.
Children will be able to make their own play dough sculptures in the Kids Craft Corner run by Walcha Handmade. Walcha Community Hub will be on hand to provide information on their services, along with face painting and balloons for the young ones. Kate Arndell, the coordinator of the Rural Adversity Mental Health Program will also be at the Farmers’ Market to offer information to the community.
Stalls will include incredibly talented makers and creators as part of the Walcha Sculpture Symposium Makers Market. Following on from the markets there will be free guided tours of the renowned Open Air Gallery. Meet at the Visitor Information Centre at 1pm if you would like to enjoy a tour of the over 50 works around town.
Public viewing of the sculptures being created for the Symposium is available all day at the showground, with a concluding Show and BBQ from 2.30pm.
“This market season will be full of fun and entertainment, with live music and the Kids Corner a regular fixture at each market.” Walcha Farmers Market Secretary, Lisa Kirton said.
“Don’t forget to bring along your home-made relishes, cakes, fresh produce, plants, eggs and so on to the Community Stall and we can sell them on your behalf. New stallholders are always welcome” Lisa said.