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Where: St Stephen's School, 50 St Stephen's Cres, Carramar, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: narelleymh

St Stephens Community Farmers Market's Grand Opening is on Saturday September 5. This new weekly farmers and artisans market will be run in the grounds of St Stephen's School Carramar - 50 St Stephens Cres, Tapping. Mayor of the City of Wanneroo, Mrs Tracey Roberts will be officially opening the market at 10am.

Visiting St Stephen's Community market will be more than just about the purchasing of excellent fruit and vegetables, it will be an engaging experience where consumers can develop direct relationships with the producers, they can bring the whole family knowing there will be safe and uplifting activities for the children. They can be entertained by home-grown performers and enjoy the relaxed and friendly environment.

The aim of the market is to promote a healthy lifestyle (physically, socially and spiritually) and build a strong sense of community. SSCFM Inc is a not for profit community association established to run the market. Any profits made from the market will be channeled directly back into the community through the outreach programs of Carramar Uniting Church.

Why cook breakfast or lunch at home, we have some fantastic options such as a Moroccan breakfast stall, Nom Nom Cupcakes, Honey, I'm home, Rayners Preserves. Fresh fruit and vegetables which come from the market gardens in the northern suburbs will be available.
St Stephen's School Carramar is the perfect location with ample space, shade and parking. It is already a hub for the Tapping, Ashby, Banksia Grove and Carramar areas and is easily accessible for people from further afield. The school is close to many market gardens and is on the edge of the northern food bowl for Perth.

Carramar Uniting Church is hosting this market as a way of encouraging the community to purchase goods directly from local producers and artisans and to come and meet up with family and friends. There will be free activities for children and families which focus and educate people about a sustainable lifestyle.