The first NIGHT MARKET ON THE RIVER will be held at the East Fremantle Yacht Club at Petra Street today from 6.30 to 9.30, so it will be interesting to see how that goes, especially since I did not notice any food stalls or vans on the list.
But markets are fun and this one is above the Swan River with views to the Perth city skyline, so go and see what it is like.
The Perth SWAN RIVER COMMUNITY MARKETS will be on again tomorrow from 8 am to 1 pm so come and support all the small traders and the Fremantle organisers of the event. It is straight behind the Belltower so why not drive to South Perth and hop on the ferry to add a bit more fun.
Young Freo legend muso Carus Thompson will be performing all morning and a new interactive artwork at the site has just been revealed and will keep children and adults entertained.
There are lots of art and craft, food and other stalls, an animal touch farm, face painting and fairies, so join the fun!
The fantastically comfortable Fremantle GROWERS GREEN FARMERS MARKET will be celebrating its fifth birthday this Sunday with a big market that has got just about everything, so make sure not to muss it.
There will be live entertainment, facepainting and a touch animal farm and so many yummy things to buy for home but also to sit down and have breakfast and soak up the community spirit.
The Growers Green is my favourite market, so I’ll drop by to have a coffee and buy some fruit and vegies.
The markets is open from 8 am till midday and is at the South Fremantle Senior High School on Lefroy Road.
Come and join the very big Fremantle GROWERS GREEN FARMERS MARKET tomorrow Sunday from 8-12 am at the South Fremantle Senior High School on Lefroy Road.
Relax and enjoy the music while sampling good food from the many food stalls, have a great coffee, wander along and but fresh food, vegies, bread, fish, meat, baskets, rugs, bric a brac, clothes, have a massage and face painting and just be part of the Freo community.
Fremantle’s Growers Green Farmers Market is having a bike competition at their BIG MARKET STALL this Sunday, March 1st. Young people 15 years and under are invited to decorate and transform their bike to reflect the theme “FARMER”S MARKET”
Bring your bike along to the Markets on Lefroy Rd & have it judged by a panel of cyclists- Brad Pettitt- Mayor of Fremantle, Shani Graham – Ecoburia & Steve Grant –Fremantle Herald.
Share your creative talent and have a chance to win great prizes generously donated by Mercer Cycles, South Beach Cycles and La Paleta.
Arrive at 9am with your bike and entry form. Judging will take place at 10am. Entry forms available on the Growers Green website, in the Herald or on the day.
The Fremantle GROWERS GREEN MARKETS were established by the P&C of the South Fremantle Senior High School to raise money for the school and support the students. It has since become an advocate for healthy food and healthy living and has not only supported the school but also been the incubator for a large number of new businesses.
$ 100,000 have been put into school programs by the P&C from plain things like books, to financing school camps, visiting speakers, authors, etc.
Over time the Fremantle community has embraced the concept of the gorgeous Sunday morning markets and come in large numbers to have a relaxing time and good breakfast, catching up with friends and doing the fresh groceries shopping.
Growers Green has a huge variety of things we all love to eat so pop in tomorrow between 8 am and noon.