The festive season is now in full swing and if you are looking for high-quality, meaningful Christmas gifts for your friends and family - look no further than the hugely popular Makers & Shakers Market!
Following the success of their winter event earlier this year, the Makers & Shakers returns to Woodville Town Hall with a family-friendly, Christmas shopping extravaganza on Saturday 16 December 2017!
Kicking off at 10am, Makers & Shakers is a curated indoor market showcasing 50 of the finest South Australian makers, creators and designers. Christmas shoppers can expect to see a hand-picked selection of old favourites and new up and coming independents offering original homewares, fine gourmet foods and lifestyle products.
No two stallholders are the same and organisers are passionate about supporting local talent and aim to give local makers an affordable and fun place to show and sell their wares and for shoppers to have an awesome day out, as well as pick up some wonderful new treasures along the way.
During the morning and afternoon, you'll get to meet the friendly stallholders and learn more about what inspires them, upcoming Summer trends and how the various wares were made.
It's a great opportunity to pick up locally made Christmas gifts for friends and family members and best of all, many of the stallholders are exclusive to Makers & Shakers. Check out the participating stallholders here.
Adding the vibrant community atmosphere is a selection of delicious homemade cakes and cookies, yummy lunch specials, including tasty vegan and vegetarian options and of course, piping hot coffee! There will also be kids' Christmas colouring-in activities and convenient seating inside the Hall.
This festive season, forget the overcrowded shopping centres and endlessly waiting for your online purchases to arrive - instead opt for the always inspiring Makers & Shakers Market!
Entry is $2 (cash only) and kids under 12 are FREE.
There is plenty of free parking behind and around the Town Hall.
Most of the stallholders accept cash and card, but it is recommended that shoppers bring some cash (and the entry fee is cash only).
The Makers and Shakers Market is run by the same team behind the super-popular fashion market, Round She Goes.