The Twilight Markets once again starts in the City of Armadale this Friday with Jull Street Mall transforming into a vibrant and bustling marketplace packed with homemade goods, and creative, unique wares.
This popular market series will showcase local arts and crafts and add to the much loved shopping that many already enjoy.
Along with plenty of children’s activities, the popular family friendly event is kicking off the 2016 season with free performances by fantastic local entertainers including the Two Cent Professionals, the Classic Sounds Folk Group, busker Ozi Hishmeh and a special dance performance by the Sri Lankan Cultural Society WA.
The Twilight Markets will be held in Jull Street Mall from 5 to 8.30pm on 28 October, 25 November, 24 February and 31 March.
A number of great local handmade stalls will join the Twilight Market series this year including:
- Altruist Furnishings
Tired of seeing wasted furniture going to landfill, Nicole Polmear fromArmadale is working towards building a furniture bank. Altruisit Furnishings either fix the furniture, make it available to other furniture upcyclers or they fix it up and give it away to people in need. If the furniture can’t be fixed then it is pulled apart with the parts salvaged as much as possible, and parts only being discarded as a last resort.
- Dunwright Wooden Products
Mark lives in Mt Richon and makes his wooden products locally also. This is a new venture for him and this market will be his first. He makes bread boards, chopping blocks, wooden puzzles, wooden gifts and trinkets.