Friday, 17 December 2010
Our beautiful food stalls: Creative Hunger and Designer Foods both have two tables full of goodness for gifts and for your Christmas meals. Check them out.
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Just a quick hello to all the market stallholders and update from the Livingstone Community Centre (LCC). I hope you all are well and gearing up for our two Christmas Markets.
Some of you may have seen an article in the Leader Newspaper which had a great photo of Shirley and Lena. Unfortunately they said the market was being held here at the Livingstone Community Centre which is not the case. The market will still be held at the Banyule Arts Space. Hopefully we will see a correction in the "What's On" column this week.
Please let me know your plans re the Dec 18th and Feb 19th markets as soon as possible.
The December Market will showcase our choir Phoenix Singers over the lunch period - time to be confirmed - and hopefully we will have a special appearance from Santa Claus at the Market and down the main street.
If any of you have any questions, suggestions, grievances please contact me on the LCC number of 9497 2014.
I will not be attending the November Market but hope to make it in December.
Friday, 15 October 2010
Susie Salomon - she was at the market last month and has the most delightful cards and works with paper.
and the new stallholders this month:
Gayle Speirs - Special things jewellery
Serene Paul - Children's clothing and accessories
Paula Engelbrecht - Fabric Advent Calendars (apparently they gorgeous and priced to sell!)
Stewart Baldwin - Designers
Have you seen our signs around Ivanhoe? Come and visit us!
Monday, 13 September 2010
Wednesday, 8 September 2010
My name is Susan and I am the Coordinator of the Livingstone Community Centre (LCC). I look forward to meeting some of you and reading your blogs.
The LCC is very happy and excited to be taking over the administration of the market from the Banyule City Council.
LCC is a registered Neighbourhood House in Banyule and is also a ministry of the Ivanhoe Baptist Church.
The Centre is a place for friendship, learning and belonging and seeks to strengthen community in a safe and positive environment and to nurture the social, intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being of all who participate.
Please come along and visit and support the Market as much as possible and please be patient whilst we make this important transition!
Take care and bye for now!!
Friday, 20 August 2010
So this month we will be celebrating our 3rd birthday and looking forward to the future. Come and say hello to all our stallholders.
In particular, we'd like to welcome:
Dorothy Meng and family, who draw the most wonderful portraits. They were in much demand at our July market.
Dorothy Higgins and friends and their wonderful knitwear.
Brand new to the market are:
Julie O'Connell with her hand painted embroidery patterns
Leony Malak with delightful hand embroidered childrens t-shirts.
Hope to see you soon.
Saturday, 17 July 2010
More information will follow, as we have it.
So come along and show your support. Todays market (Saturday the 17th) is on from 10am till 4pm. We have some new stallholders and of course our lovely regulars.
See you there
Friday, 18 June 2010
Come and see us and show your support for this wonderful market.
Wednesday, 14 April 2010
Belgian chocolate maker Stefaan Van Nunen invites you to experience the luxurious taste of his heritage chocolates. Stefaan has 18 years of experience in the manufacture of quality Belgian chocolates gained at exclusive manufacturing establishments in Antwerp, Belgium and also with Australian manufacturers of quality chocolates.
Friday, 19 March 2010
Laila Fernandez - handmade confectionary
Melissa Jolly - abstract painting
Eliza Lester from Creative Hunger
Nathan Kaso - photography
Cristine Karakatsanis - handmade bags
Should be good, so see you there!
Wednesday, 17 February 2010
This year will be an exciting year as we move, with the very supportive help from Banyule City Council, to a self-managed market.
Last year we farewelled our Co-ordinator, Cindy Smith, wishing her well for her future. This year we welcome Clare Carmody, who is the Art and Cultural Development Officer for the Council and part of her role is to help us make this transition. She will be at the market, on Saturday, so come and say hello!
See you soon!