Food and family fun at the Twilight Markets

The Twilight Markets is open for all ages, so bring a chair or rug along and enjoy. Photo by Federation Fotos.
The Twilight Markets is open for all ages, so bring a chair or rug along and enjoy. Photo by Federation Fotos.

The stall holders have been locked in for this year’s Canowindra@home Twilight Market this Saturday, October 21.

Canowindra@home’s Sam Statham said they were exited to be catering for a mix of people this year.

“We’ll have the foodie crowd, local produce crowd, those people who are here for the Open Gardens and the Ladies from the CWA who have come for their Group Conference,” he said.

“The night market is something that’s a bit more casual, a free event for the community to come along to. They’re not big, they are like a little party than anything else.

“It should be a nice social gathering for all ages, with facepainters and yummy homemade food for kids,” he said.

This year on deck for catering will be:

- Jeremy Evans from Dorper Lamb, Cargo.

- Andrew Wooldridge and Margie Crowther from Rayz Organic Grazing, Canowindra.

- Cheryl Walker from the Deli Lama.

- Wood Fire Pizza matched with traditional bubbles from Graham and Jan at Tom’s Waterhole, Canowindra.

- Dela and Grets with spiced beef kofta with Israeli pickled vegetables, tabbouleh, hommus and flatbread,  matched with Wallington Wines

- Caddie and Anthhony from Antonio’s.

- The Canowindra@home committee will have their own stand.

- Local fig growers, the Stathams from Rosnay.

- Fudge by Alison will be coming down from Orange.

- Glen Parker snd Therese Willcott.

- Falishia and Regina from De-lish-ous Cakes in Orange.

- Abbie Morrissey from Canowindra.

- Mick Thornett from Sagawa Coffee, Cowra.

- Local wine growers, Wallington, Gardners Ground, Windowrie, Tom’s Waterhole, Antonio’s and Rosnay.

- Gin producer, Bluestill, from Young.

- The newest craft brewers in the region, Tamara and Pete from Pioneer Brewing Co, Bowan Park.

Mr Statham said the night wasn’t all about food with Beth Gordon from Eureka Plants, displaying roses and entertainment provided by Jazz musicians Rob and Dale from 2Tet in Bathurst.

The Twilight Market will run from 3.30pm till dark, all are welcome so bring a chair or rug along and enjoy.