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All Saints Christmas Twilight Market

All Saints Christmas Twilight Market - Has Ended

 12 Dec, 2014 - 12 Dec, 2014
 Fri 3:00pm - Fri 7:00pm
 339 Macquarie Street
  South Hobart, TAS
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Friday 12 December (3pm to 7pm) is All Saints Twilight Christmas Market 2014.  The Twilight Market is very much geared to all things Christmas.  In fact, buy or bring your gifts to the market and Miranda, a former David Jones gift wrapper, will wrap them for you for a donation to the church.  Use our paper and ribbon or bring your own.  Milly (face-painter and Henna tattooist) and Gemma (All Saints Youth Minister) will be there to entertain the kids while you shop.

You are sure to find all your Christmas needs amongst the select stalls and in The Jesse Tree.  Some of the goodies on offer are  homemade baking (including puddings, cakes, shortbread, fruit mince pies, slices, friands and cupcakes, some gluten-free and dairy-free items), Christmas decorations and cards, handmade crafts and handcrafted wares (including bath & body products, jewellery), antiques and collectables,  plants & cut flowers (including English Box topiaries) and more.

Stop by after school or on your way home from work to shop and have dinner at Flamecakes (find them on facebook) or visit Duncan and Mal in the gardens at the back of the church where you will find BBQ, coffee and fabulous fruity icecream.   Ethereal celtic harps will be playing in the garden.  Sit a while and take the load off while you listen and have a bite to eat.

Of course most of these things and all the regular stalls will be at All Saints Market the next day, Saturday 13 December (9am to 2pm).  This is the last All Saints Market for 2014 but we will be back again on 31 January 2015

Tell all your friends to meet you at All Saints Market.

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