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With products from around the world and from local artisans

Cathedral of St Stephen Art Group (COSSAG) is presenting their annual Christmas Market on the weekend of November 30 and December 1.

Held indoors, in the air-conditioned Hanly Room in the Francis Rush Centre (adjacent to the heritage-listed Cathedral of St Stephen), this unique boutique market event offers a delightful selection of Fair Trade and handmade goods.

Come and discover an inspiring handcrafted wares from around the globe, including Cambodia, Uganda, Rwanda, Ghana and Bangladesh, as well as giftware by talented local artisans.

This is a special opportunity to shop with a difference, purchase one of kind, thoughtful gifts for loved ones and support local and international artists and artisans. Adding to the ambience is live music by solo pianist Richard Goldsworthy on Saturday 30th November.

Refreshements will also be available for purchase.

Don't miss this very special event - it's for two days only! Saturday 30th November, 2pm to 7:30pm and Sunday 1st December, 9am to 3pm.

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When: Saturday 30th November, 2pm to 7:30pm and Sunday 1st December, 9am to 3pm.
Where: Cathedral of St Stephen, 249 Elizabeth St, Brisbane CBD
Cost: FREE Entry
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