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December 9, 2017 Attraction No Comments Email Email

Blue Mountains artisans will take centre stage at the inaugural Makers Market – 2017 Christmas Edition on December 9, with the event set to showcase the talents of local artists in the lead up to the festive season.

Held at Scenic World’s Skyway Park on Saturday December 9 from 10am-4pm, the Makers Market – 2017 Christmas Edition will feature over 20 stalls from local artisans, including art, photography, jewellery, fashion, homewares and natural beauty products.

Visitors can enjoy live music and face painting, and meet local artisans who have handcrafted products in the Blue Mountains. A selection of delicious snacks will also be on offer, along with brewed coffee and more. Pets are also welcome.

Scenic World’s Head of Marketing & Events Amanda Byrne said the Makers Market provided a unique opportunity for locals and visitors to celebrate the unique talents of Blue Mountains artisans who contribute so much vitality to the region.

“We’re lucky to have such an incredible calibre of artists and craftspeople in our own backyard, and the Makers Market will provide a new opportunity to showcase these talents to our visitors from near and far,” she said.

“Our long term partnership with MTNS MADE has been incredibly well received by Scenic World visitors from across the globe, and the Makers Market will help us to further extend our support for the Blue Mountains creative industries which is such a core part of our unique mountains lifestyle.”

Everyone is welcome to join in the celebrations and pick up a range of unique gifts, suitable for all ages, just in time for Christmas.

WHEN: Saturday December 9, 10am-4pm

WHERE: Scenic World Skyway Park, 1 Violet St, Katoomba

WHO: The Makers Market will feature over 20 local stall holders, including Fold Formations, Edie, Made by Miss Meg, Mikano World, Christine’s Millinery, Kookabubble, Maria Harding Art, Alison Dickin Botanical & Wildlife Art, Eloise Short & Millions of Monkeys, Gary P Hayes Photography, Kewpi Doll Art, Gitane Jewellery & Gifts, The Natural Soap Emporium, AliOOPS!, Wild Mountain Child, Nina’s Bees, Kathy’s Crochet, Blackbird Soy Candles, The Dog Baker, Hanaya, Scenic World and Carrington Cellars.

Visit scenicworld.com.au for details, and contact Scenic World for enquiries on (02) 4780 0200.

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