The Adelaide market scene is set to welcome a new addition to it’s already extensive line up this October with the Arkaba Handmade Markets. As spring hopefully warms up and a daze induced by the sweet spring sun settles upon us, the idea of spending a day at a market sounds like irrevocable bliss. It will be showcasing the best hand crafted designers and makers South Australia has to offer – and nothing compares to the allure of handmade products.
There is always something so heart warming knowing your purchase has been made with love, also if you want to be brash you will have bragging rights to say “oh this? It’s an original.” Amongst all the fun and vibrant energy set to flow from stall to stall, you will be spoiled by a lush selection of handmade jewellery and other accessories, home decor, photography and baby wares and so much more to be discovered. There will also be food and coffee to indulge in while you enjoy all the businesses on display, from delectable desserts to warm comfort food you are sure to be in complete ecstasy.
The women behind the Arkaba Handmade Markets are four like-minded laies who are all experienced at running successful business – Ali Beer Smith, Anna Hurley, Leigh Philip and Kelly Sullivan have worked tirelessly to ensure you will have a fun time lusting over various home made delights.
The Arkaba Handmade Market will be situated atop of the Arkaba Village Level One Carpark at 150 Glen Osmond Road, Fullarton. The very spacious location includes free entry for all to enjoy and spend as much time as they need to explore all the market has to offer. Make sure to head down on the 29th October from 10am to 3pm to get your hands on homemade treasures you will cherish and have peace of mind that you are supporting local businesses.