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Be seduced in the twilight hours by a creative community
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Images courtesy of Belgrave Big Dreams Twilight Market FB page

It's twilight market time again, and take note, this time at a new location. The Belgrave Big Dreams Twilight Market in conjunction with The Belgrave Busker's Festival, will be held on Saturday 28th February from 3pm to 8pm at the St. Thomas More's Primary School, Reynolds Lane, Belgrave.

This is the market to find stalls with original and bespoke design pieces made with much love. It's a market that fosters community, connections and creativity. Come along to discover a beautiful collection of Melbourne's finest artists and makers from a very artistic hills community amongst much more to explore on the night.

Turner Industrials will be there with their 100% Australian made outdoor products. There'll be wrought iron and stainless steel pot holders set on Australian native timber and stainless steel fishing rod holders that even come with a drink holder.

There once was specialise in home wears and gifts for all occasions like screen printed pillow cases, terrariums, jewellery, mobiles and much more. They hand make a lot of their treasures from new and recycled materials.

Amelayna Designs will be rocking up with their concrete pots and planters and macrame pot hangers. They can even customise a pot for you.

How about some gorgeous funky little monkeys to have hanging around your place? These monkeys are more than just colourful and cute. They provide employment for disadvantaged women and men in Cambodia.

As far as food goes, Babaji's Kitchen seems to be everywhere. I even bumped into them at the Emu Plains Market today (Sat 21 Feb). They're easily recognisable with tables and chairs set up with colourful parasols looming above them and a long line of people waiting to chow down on their delicious dosas. Wish them a happy 1st birthday and enjoy the South Indian temple drummers at 6pm.

I've barely covered all that is on offer at this market. You'll just have to come down and embark on a journey of discovery for yourselves. It's more fun that way. Make sure you write down upcoming market dates in your diary or you can click at the bottom of the article to add this to your 'to do list' which will save it for you to check out in the future.

Keep your fingers on the pulse as usual for updates on their Facebook Page and head on down in the twilight hours for a magical evening. I'll take this opportunity to mention and remind you that The Belgrave Buskers Festival is on the same night so there'll be more musicians than you can poke a stick at for entertainment.

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Why? Twilight markets with lots of handmade and bespoke items by the creative artists and makers of the hills community.
When: Saturday 28 February 2015, 3pm to 8pm
Phone: 0416 451 151
Where: St. Thomas More's Primary School, Reynolds Lane, Belgrave, VIC
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