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Euroa Village Farmers Market

You will find us 160 km NE of Melbourne via the Hume Freeway

Euroa Village Farmers Market
Saturday 18th March 2023  9-1pm

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The weather is cooling down and the season is slowly changing from Summer into Autumn and with the season change comes different fresh fruit and veggies available at the many food stalls at the monthly Euroa Farmers Market this Saturday 18th March in Rotary Park and along Kirkland Ave. 

Foods sold this month will be homemade preserves and sauces, garlic, prime lamb, fresh bread, chocolate and fudges, biscuits and cakes, honey, granola, cereals and healthy snakes, eggs, beautiful smooth goats cheese, heirloom veggies and local apples, pears and tomatoes. Then there is fast food: Scones, wraps and hamburgers, Turkish Gozlemes and Jing’s dumplings. Wash it all down with beer, milkshakes, soft drinks, water and of course coffee.

Besides all of that there are many creators of unique gits and soaps, creams, candles, wooden toys, doggy treats and coats, socks, tools, children’s clothes, jewellery, ceramic pots and paintings, metal sculptures and native flowers. Talking about flowers there will be plants big and small, exotic and native, vegetable and ornamental. 

There is something for everyone at the market.

The live music this month will be our own Euroa Citizens Band. They will fill the stage and fill the park with good ol’ big band songs.

The Community BBQ will be in the middle of the park surrounded by table and chairs in the shade. The cools this month are the hardworking students and teachers from Euroa Secondary College.  There will be some familiar faces serving you this month.

Drop by and say hello.

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Please note that the Third Age Club Toilets will not be available. Please use the toilets in the Band Hall, enter from Kirkland Ave.

For more information about the market call Helen 0447 360 059

See you at the Market. 

For more information: 
Contact Helen Brook
Market Manager
0447 360 059 
Facebook: Euroa Farmers Market

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