Market victim of weather

The Byron Beachside Market, which was to be held yesterday, has been moved to next Wednesday (January 5) because of the wet weather.


The artisans’ market will showcase a diverse and exciting collection of high quality art, sculpture, design, ceramics, glass, homewares, fashion, craft, toys, clothing and music created by local artists and designers as well as an array of services offered by health and wellbeing practitioners. The emphasis will be on authenticity and the market will foster originality and sustainability.


Its conception echoes the worldwide popularity and growing demand for direct-from-the-artist-to-you hand-made, high quality and affordable art and design.


“With an expected 100 market stalls stretching over half a kilometre at the beachfront at Byron Bay’s Main Beach, the market is the perfect location, right on the doorstep of one of the worlds’ most famous beaches and destinations, to experience some of the best and most original products and services,” Byron market assistant manager Majida Steinfeld said.


“Mark this date on your calendar and come and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere with family and friends over a coffee, brunch or lunch while you listen to some fabulous live music with Passion Flamenca and Groove Foundation.”
 


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