New Docklands Twilight Market to help disadvantaged youth
By Carol Saffer
A new twilight market will launch in Docklands on Saturday, February 19.
At the Docklands Promenade Twilight Market, expect to find unique produce and handcrafts at more than 50 stalls located along NewQuay Promenade.
Delicious delights like artisanal salami, olive oil, farm-fresh fruit and vegies plus coffee will tempt your tastebuds. Macrame, resin homewares, jewellery and terrariums will appeal and catch the eye of lovers of homemade and handcrafted treasures.
There will be live music and entertainment and activities for the kids on the day.
Profits from the market help fund the not-for-profit charity Kinds of Happiness, which aims to assist at-risk youth with practical education and training. Focusing on farming, events and business, young people are equipped with knowledge and skills to boost careers, confidence, self-worth, and are part of a positive community to help them thrive.
The market’s manager Grace Pryor told Docklands News that she was delighted to be staging the market in Docklands, and was hoping for as many as 80 stalls to fill NewQuay Promenade.
The market will take place every first and third Saturday of the month open from 2pm to 8pm with entry by gold coin donation •
For more information and stallholder enquiries visit: lifestylemarketsaustraliainc.org