Sunset Markets tonight

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QUEANBEYAN’S Summer Sunset Markets will begin operating again today from 5 to 8pm.

The popular markets will be held, weather permitting, in the courtyard between the City Library and the Queanbeyan Conference Centre on Crawford Street.

This season there will be new stalls, as well as many old favourites.

Kate Shelton from Benedict House will be serving her famous tarts and other goodies, Franklyn B. Paverty will playing bush music, Ahmed’s pastries will be there again, as well as food from Tantalising Tastes and Yiannos Catering. Denise Ryland will return with her  unusual hardened textile sculptures.

Newcomers include jewellery by Karina Raffaele of Karmic Start Jewellery, candles by Soyrenity and crafted hair pieces by Findi Flooshki.  Raising Standards will sell home-grown plants, oils, jams and  felted hats.

Queanbeyan Summer Sunset Markets and will continue on a fortnightly basis, each first and third  Friday in the month, from 5-8pm.

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