Easter at the Farmers’ Market
Fun-Filled Easter Sunday Farmers’ Market
Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market will be holding a special family fun day on Easter Sunday this year to cater for the growing number of children and families attending the regular weekly market!
The farmers’ market will open on Easter Sunday this year for the first time since 2010 and will use the market to launch a new kid’s market trail. The market trail will be regular addition to market activities which include a weekly Kids’ Club designed to promote healthy fresh food and teach children about cooking and growing their own vegetables.
The new market trail is a kids’ hunt and activity trail encouraging children to visit stalls around the market to increase their knowledge of locally grown and produced fresh fruit, vegetables and food products. Free copies of the trail will be available from the Information Stand at the market.
The event is free entry!
Free activities will include:
- A bouncy castle
- Baby animal farm
- Kids’ market trail
- Kids’ craft table with egg decorating
- A face painter
- Live music from local buskers
For more activities and ideas for the Autumn 2017 School Holidays, check out our Guide here:
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Farmers’ Market website here
What: Easter Sunday at the Farmers’ Market
When: Sunday 16 April 2017 | 9am – 1pm
Where: Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market | Leader Street, Wayville
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Image source: Farmers’ Market website