School Holiday Activities | Adelaide Farmers’ Market | April 2018

School Holiday Activities at Adelaide Farmers’ Market | Adelaide Showground

Since 2006 the Adelaide Farmers’ Market has been a not for profit dedicated to supporting small family farms, agricultural diversity and fresh, regional and seasonal choices for consumers.

Adelaide Farmers’ Market is now the biggest farmers market in Australia and attracts around 6,000 locals and tourists every Sunday. It is a vibrant place where farmers and producers representing every region of the state bring seasonal produce to sell direct to the public in inner-city Adelaide.  

The market champions the idea of consumers considering where their food comes from and how its produced.  The market also benefits producers as they are able to maximise their profit margins by selling direct to the public and receive instant feedback from customers about product quality.

These school holidays there will be events perfect for kids on Sunday 15, Sunday 22 and Sunday 29 April 2018.

Funny Farmers at Adelaide Farmers’ Market

Sunday 15 April 2018 | 10am and 11am 

Suitable for ages 3 – 8 years

Adelaide’s Farmer Market will play host to a musical show that is fun for the whole family. Funny farmers, follows the (mis) adventures of 3 crazy and loveable farmers with their friend, jolly the dancing cow. The show is hilarious, but also teaches people of all ages about growing your own food, animals and teamwork.

 

Animals Anonymous at Adelaide Farmers’ Market

Sunday 22 April 2018 | 10am & 11M

All Ages

Kids, big and small will have a unique opportunity to learn about and interact with some of our native animals courtesy of Animals Anonymous. There will be tame native animals from furry to scaly. As well as being a whole lot of fun it will also teach the audience how to interact and look after our precious native animals. 

Amazing Drumming Monkeys at Adelaide Farmers’ Market

Sunday 29 April 2018 | 10am & 11am

Suitable for ages 1 – 8 years

Amazing Drumming Monkeys is a puppet show that is perfect for children aged 1 to 8. Two monkey puppets, Bongo and Congo, play African Drums and get the audience involved with singing and dancing and magic tricks as well as special effects gags. Each show lasts for 30 minutes and will be sure to leave the audience with big smiles on their faces.


For more information and all enquiries please visit the Adelaide Farmers Market website.

WhatSchool Holiday Activities – Adelaide Farmers’ Market

When: Sunday the 15, 22 & 29 April 2018 (see times above)

WhereAdelaide Showgrounds | Leader St, Wayville 

Who: Everyone

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