By Jen Gourley
Whether you are into crafting, gardening, sewing, quilting, or simply love giving gifts, the Rotary Club of Biloela’s Annual Market Day is the place to be!
The Biloela Civic Centre will be buzzing with excitement next Saturday (October 29) when the doors open for this very popular art and craft event.
Biloela Rotary Club’s Helen Fitzgerald said there will be more than 70 stallholders at this year’s Market Day.
“The Civic Centre’s courtyard, front entry and auditorium will all be full,” she said.
Hats and honey, clothing and candles, fabrics and fudges, belts and bags… There’s sure to be something to catch your eye when browsing through these amazing stalls.
There will be baked goods, timber work, soaps, scrubs, lotions, hair accessories, vintage treasures, doll clothes, tea towels, hand towels, aromatherapy diffusers and oils, upcycled and repurposed items, plants, photography, Norwex, home décor options, assorted gifts, leather goods, jewellery, even an iced tea stall!
And never fear, you won’t be starved or parched whilst shopping and socialising, Mad Cow Catering will be there with their coffee van and Jambin State School will be doing the catering. Yum!
So, come along next Saturday, pick up some early Christmas pressies, or treat yourself to something special. The Annual Market Day will run from 9am to 3pm. For more information and updates, check out the Rotary Club of Biloela’s Annual Market Day on Facebook.
Images: Just some of the wonderful stalls that will be at this year’s Market Day.