Sunday is fun day in Fremantle and tomorrow will be a good day for music, but first things first and start the day at the Growers Green Farmers Market on Lefroy Road from 8am till midday. They have live music as well!
From 2-4 pm the free courtyard music session at the Fremantle Arts Centre with Luke Dux and Atomic Lunchbox is on.
The WAM Award-winner performs stripped back, acoustic versions of his extensive catalogue of solo tunes. Joined by a line up of talented musicians, be captivated by his moody lowdown blues style and intricate guitar work.
And from 5-7 there is Folk&Roots and a great sunset at J Shed on Bathers Beach and food van Flying Falafels will be there for dinner. This is also a free family event!
It should be a very good day of community fun, so I am looking forward to it!
It’s the start of summer and the best time to be in Fremantle, so get ready for a great weekend!
Tonight at 7 pm the Rainbow-Containbow sculpture at Beach Reserve will light up for the first time and that will become a permanent feature of the artwork, and tomorrow night Mayor Brad Pettitt will switch on the Christmas tree at Kings Square around 7.30.
Tomorrow is also the start of the art and craft BAZAAR at the Fremantle Arts Centre that will run all weekend, and on Saturday the South Beach Sunset Food Market starts from 5-9 pm and will run every Saturday till mid April.
On Sunday morning the all embracing lovely Growers Green Farmers Market is on from 8-12 at Lefroy Road and from 1 pm on the East Fremantle George Street Festival is on till early evening.
Staying at home this weekend is simply not an option. Get out and about, meet new people and embrace Freo’s community spirit!
The Fremantle GROWERS GREEN FARMERS MARKET needs and deserves the support of the Fremantle community and beyond, so please spread the word not only in Fremantle but tell friends from other suburbs how great this community market is.
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It is on every Sunday from 8-12 at the South Fremantle Senior High School on Lefroy Road and part proceeds got to the school.
I love Growers Green as it has a real sense of community and it is very relaxing to spend an hour there connecting with people, listening to live music, have some nice breakfast and buy great fresh produce.
See you there on Sunday!
There is now a real royal reason to visit the Fremantle Growers Green Farmers Markets on Sunday morning.
During the recent visit to W.A. by the King and Queen of the Netherlands Fremantle Treacle Treat food van owner Linda Haanskorf-de Jongh offered the Royals a gift of her delicious home-made stroopwavels, which she sells at Growers Green.
I don’t think Linda will be allowed to put the Dutch royal weapon on her van and call herself a hofleverant, but it is great recognition for this small business operator who only started Treacle Treat a couple of years ago.
Oh and a reminder to the City of Fremantle CEO, who asked me about it, that this is the stall that sells bitterballen and croquettes as well!
Well done Linda!
It’s the Queebee long weekend so plenty of time to enjoy Fremantle, rain or shine.
The start of the school holidays is also the start of very special sheep shearing demonstrations at the Growers Green Farmers Market, so don’t forget to take your children there tomorrow. The shearing by Farmer Damian will be on from 11. And Damian is happy to put a chicken on your head or shoulder as well!
Also very special tomorrow is the return of the delightful Kavisha Mazzella. She will be singing between 9-11 am.
There is great food at this fantastic market in Lefroy Road, Beaconsfield, and plenty of parking for those who don’t want to walk or ride their bike.
See you there!
The Fremantle Growers Green Farmers Market is having a DOGS DAY this Sunday September 18, so bring your cuties to the Lefroy Road community market.
The categories are: Golden Oldie(over 8 years-old), Cutest Puppy, Happiest Dog, and Smartest Dog.
And while there shop for organic food, buy yummy international breakfast and catch up with friends.
The market is open from 8 am till midday every Sunday.
Come on Fremantle kids and mums, take DAD to a special place this Sunday and visit the Growers Green Farmers Market at Lefroy Road.
It is the monthly BIG MARKET with lots of stalls to buy DAD a present and lots of food stalls to buy him yummie breakfast and coffee. And you don’t have to clean up afterward yourselves. ; >)
There is live music, and DAD could have a face painting or cuddle up with sheep at Damian’s Farm. The Growers Green is a lot of fun, so make is a very special day for DAD!
Always remember that Freo is all about your special DAD:
For all you lovers of the Freo GROWERS GREEN MARKET who don’t walk or ride your bike there, be aware that due to building development at the school parking on the grass along Lefroy Road will no longer be available for the next 12 months.
You can park opposite at TAFE or behind the South Fremantle Senior High School via Pass Crescent. Check out the map above and enjoy the markets this Sunday from 8 am till midday.
The Growers Green Sunday farmers market will have a very special CHILDREN’S CREATIVE MARKET this Sunday as well, where kids can sell their toys, art, clothes, etc.
They will get their special own place on the school veranda of the South Fremantle Senior High School, so why not book a stall for your child for just $ 5.00. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
After a well-deserved Christmas break the delightful Fremantle GROWERS GREEN Farmers Market will be back this Sunday and every Sunday from 8 am till noon. It is a great community event to buy fresh produce and catch up with friends over breakfast.
Farmer Damian’s animal touch farm will be there and Fairy Sandy and the face painting fairies and of course there will be live music by local Freo musicians.
The market is held at the South Fremantle Senior High School at Lefroy Road, Beaconsfield. See you there!