Crikey! It's December already! Where has the year gone? Well the good news is that December herald the arrival of stone fruits to your farmers market so you'll be able to take home some late picked, ripe and tasty local fruit to accompany all your veggies!
Don't forget, it's an 8am start and we run until 12 noon.
This month's stallholders
- O'Neill's Orchards (stonefruit)
- Narrung Dorper Saltbush Lamb
- Quincey Jones Jelly
- Ravens Haven dried fruit
- Restdown Wines
- Ross and Ems Pickled Onions
- Sarah's Petite Treats
- Sunrise Rotary hot breakfast
- Sweet Sisters biscuits
- Turners Donuts
- Wits End Pulses
- 12 Good Eggs
- Arahura Farms organic veggies
- Barrow Olives
- Bundarra Berkshires (free range pork)
- Burrell's organic veggies
- Capillari Wines
- Cooper's Pies
- Helen's nigerian cuisine
- Jilarty cafe
- Kingfisher citrus
- La Dolce Vita bakery
- Lake Boga farms (strawberries, cherries etc)
This month's community partner
Each month the entry points to the market are manned by members of a local community group who collect voluntary gold coin donations. A portion of the takings go towards the group's local initiatives and a portion goes towards the market's running costs.
This month’s community group is the Friends of the Tyntynder Homestead who is working with the Board of Tyntyndyer Homestead to re-open the venue as a tourist and cultural centre to tell both the Indigenous and pioneering histories. The oldest part of the building was built in 1846 making it 170 years old this year! Tyntynder Homestead was listed on the Victorian Heritage Register this year as a building of significance to the state.
Zoe Pinchen (pictured above) will be making her debut at Sunday's Swan Hill Farmers Market.
It's going to be an awesome Swan Hill Farmers Market this Sunday for kids of all ages with the Swan Hill Woodworkers Club Inc. running fun kids' activities as well as showcasing some of their handy work made from local timbers.
Activities will be free of charge - all welcome!