On Friday 5 October from 4:30pm-8:30pm, Belconnen Town Centre will come to life at the Belconnen Twilight Market in Margaret Timpson Park. There will be a range of local stallholders offering everything from crafts, food, art, ceramics, candles, crystals, fairies, community groups and storytelling! There will be food trucks and music, and a place to relax around the iconic grassed pyramids.
The Twilight Markets are the third part of the ACT Government sponsored “Belconnen Showcase” a program designed to promote Belconnen as a place to do business, and to enjoy life and community.
Community groups and people who make and sell crafts, art or food have an opportunity to setup a stall and either sell to the public or tell them what they do and spread their message. There is no charge for stallholders to attend. If you’re a local maker, artist, community or sporting group, or have a food truck, send your Expression of Interest in by 14 September to secure a space at the Belconnen Twilight Markets. Click here to download a stallholder application form.
More information can be found at the Facebook page: Belconnen Twilight Market
You can also find out more at the Belconnen Community Council meeting on 18 September at 7pm in the Community Room, upstairs at the Belconnen Library.
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