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Twilight market

29 Nov 2011

Docklands’ usual Sunday Market is reinventing itself as a special Christmas twilight event on Wednesday, December 14.

Starting at 4pm, the market will run until 9pm and will feature carol singers and Santa will be there too handing out free lollipops.

The market is held every Sunday on the Waterfront City/NewQuay Promenade and is a great place to find a special and unusual gift.  Among the offerings are arts and craft, clothing, jewelry, hand-made soaps and natural body products, cards and wrapping, bonsai plants, second-hand books, collectable model cars and personalized-hand painted footwear.

Between now and December 18 visitors to the market can enter a draw to win a $500 Christmas hamper.  Shoppers can enter the draw for free with every purchase.  The winner will be drawn at the market at 4pm on December 18.

The market will not open on Christmas Day or New Years Day.  The first market for 2012 will be January 8.

For more information, see http://www.docklandsundaymarket.com.au or ring 0412 910 496.

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