Zoe Collins, a market produce supplier with her radishes.
Zoe Collins, a market produce supplier with her radishes. Photo: the wife creative

Seasonal Feast Markets have a new home

WARWICK’S Seasonal Feast Markets are on the move.

Starting on Saturday, the Southern Queensland Country Regional Food Network’s monthly market will make its home at the Warwick Art Gallery garden courtyard.

The relocation to this bright and open-air space will create a vibrant food-fair atmosphere, where market goers will have an opportunity to shop and savour the region’s seasonal produce.

“The Seasonal Feast team is looking forward to utilising the open-air garden, to not only showcase the region’s premier produce but to also create an event where people can not only shop, but sit and savour this produce,” market co-ordinator Amy Walker said.

The move has been greeted with strong support, with Warwick Art Gallery director Karina Devine keen to see the vibrant community space unetworksed.

“The Seasonal Feast monthly market will enhance our visitors’ experience, and offer some great opportunities for our organisations to work together to promote the many talents of the Southern Downs region,” she said. The network’s popular Seasonal Bites will give shoppers a taste of Autumn, complete with recipe cards to cook and create at home.

Also confirmed for Saturday are the SQCRFN Co-op stall, Allora-based Friendship Food and Salt of Life, children’s art activities - thanks to the art gallery, Karina Devine as guest artisan, Peck’s Mobile Coffee and local musician Clayton Vellacott.

The Warwick Seasonal Feast Markets will be held the third Saturday of every month from 8am to noon.

To keep up-to-date with all of the Seasonal Feast happenings follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com /seasonalfeast/



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