Blue Mountains News
Makers Markets at Scenic World to Celebrate Everything Blue Mountains
Held on Saturday 13 July from 10am-4pm in the Scenic World Skyway Park, the Makers Market will feature more than 20 stalls from local artisans offering local art, photography, jewellery, fashion, homewares and natural beauty products.
Visitors will enjoy live music, entertainment, coffee and face painting all the while meeting the local artisans who handcraft their products here in the Blue Mountains. Entry is free for this family and pet friendly event.
Scenic World’s Chief Experience Officer Amanda Byrne said, “There is so much that is great coming out of the Blue Mountains region at the moment. This third annual Makers Market is a wonderful opportunity to bring local artisans together to showcase their unique talents and products to our visitors from all over the world.”
“It’s vital that we support the Blue Mountains community and our long term partnership with MTNS MADE is key to ensuring that this continues, the annual Makers Market helps further extend our support for creative industries within the Blue Mountains.”
Locals and visitors alike are encouraged to attend this boutique arts and crafts experience and support local artisans by picking up a range of unique gifts, suitable for all ages.
The Makers Market will feature over 20 local stall holders, including:
Jaydid Photo, Wabi Sabi Opals, Laughing Bird Print Studio, Needle vs Thread, Talk to the Trees, Lizzie von Zipper, The Niki Tree, Wild Mountain Child, Anna Petrovic - Jewellery Artist, Jane Tadrist silver, Wildwood Kids & Little Beats Studios, Lace & Polly - Art by Leesa Peterson, Mount Vic and Me and Fold Formations.
Visit the Scenic World website for details, and contact Scenic World for enquiries.
Makers Markets at Scenic World
Saturday 13 July, 2019
Scenic World Skyway Park, 1 Violet St, Katoomba
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