How exciting! Campbelltown’s first city-based Markets this Sunday will feature a rich variety of artisan goods and fresh produce, accompanied by live music, workshops, face painting, sweet treats and giveaways.
‘Handmade and Homegrown Markets On Q’ will be the first in a series of monthly markets held on Lithgow St, the grounds of Glenalvon House and surrounding the Forum Q creative space in Campbelltown’s CBD from 8.30am – 1pm.
Over 40 local Macarthur stall holders will offer a mix of fresh produce and artisan crafts items including fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers, sweets, breads, gourmet cakes, honey, jams, pickles, relishes, marinades and sauces, art prints, jewellery, macramé hangings, handmade knitted toys, resin home décor, candles, clothing and accessories, dried floral arrangements, bath and shower products and sustainability products.
The grounds of historic Glenalvon house will be open for people to sit on the lawn and enjoy their cuppa while listening to live music and playing yard games.
People can also visit a pop up community engagement stand and photo booth to snap a fun photo and have their say on the changes happening in the Queen Street Precinct.
To accommodate the open street nature of this event, some roads in the Campbelltown CBD will be closed to cars and traffic from 6am to 3pm on the event day including:
- Lithgow Street between Lithgow Street Mall and the Moore Oxley Bypass
- Anzac Lane
- Carberry Lane between Lithgow Street and Anzac Lane
Funded by the NSW government’s The Festival of Place- Open Streets program, Handmade and Homegrown Markets will continue on Sunday 10 April and Sunday 15 May.