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by Annette Vandersluis (subscribe)
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A sustainable market in Adelaide's north east
Mother Earth's Marketplace is a new sustainably focused market located at Greenwith in Adelaide's north eastern suburbs. The inaugural market held in April 2019 was a huge success and with only three markets being held a year, patrons of this new, exciting market will need to get dates into their diary early.

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Held at the Greenwith Community Centre, The Golden Way, Greenwith, Mother Earth's Marketplace focuses on sustainability and Mother Earth and traders demonstrate their passion, care for our planet and their desire to make our world a better place through their products and ideas.

All stalls are encouraged to demonstrate one or all Marketplace values through their products which include:

Sustainability – zero or minimal waste, reusable straws, home veggie gardening.

Creativity – handmade jewellery, home dιcor, candles, paintings, or just anything from a creative mind.

Wellness – meditation, yoga, mindfulness, happiness.

Eco-Friendly – Beeswax wraps, natural cleaning products.

Fair Trade – responsibly sourced imported wares, where the best interests of the artist are the focus.

Natural – organic beauty products, non-processed foods.

Stalls include essential oils from Celestial Aromatics, crystals from Heaven and Earth's Gifts, bohemian styled handmade leather accessories from Wilde Boheme and fantastic eats from Sweet Tucker. There is so much to choose from, you will just have to come along and experience Mother Earth's Marketplace.

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Mother Earth's Marketplace will run twice more in 2019 on Sunday 11 August and Sunday 17 November 2019 from 10 am to 4 pm.

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Each market also offers free workshops. Head on over to Mother Earth's Marketplace and check out the Essential Oil Make & Take with Amanda from Celestial Aromatics workshops for the August market, where you have the opportunity to create your own 10 ml Essential Oil Roller Blend with Mandy at 11 am, 1 pm and 2.30 pm.

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Entry is just $2 and public transport is available to Greenwith with bus stops just a short walk away. On street parking is available in surrounding streets.
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Why? A great local and sustainable market.
Where: Greenwith Community Centre, The Golden Way, Greenwith
Cost: $2 entry
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