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Mosman Craft Market Returns 10 November - Stall Holders Wanted

The Mosman Craft Market is organised by the Mosman Park Men's Shed annually each November as a major fund raising event and also to encourage community involvement in their activities.

The Market is held in the Shed (1 Perrott Close) and on the adjacent Tom Perrott Oval and can be reached by private vehicle (plenty of parking), bicycle, train (20 mins walk) and bus (5 mins walk).

The Market has evolved over the years to becoming a major component of Mosman Park community activity and now includes the “Antiques Re-Discovered” plus a variety of food outlets and entertainment, including a special Children’s activity partially provided by "Rosie O".

Invited Stall Holders are limited to those that create their products in Western Australia thus providing a local flavour to the occasion. We also invite local community groups to set up a stall in the Market area as an opportunity to broaden their exposure. The event includes not only Craft stalls, etc., but also features tours of the amazing Men's Shed, the largest in WA!

Potential stall holders (craft makers) who would like to participate (sent mid year) should send an email to mcm@mpms.org.au and advise of their full business name, contact and product details. They do not accept registrations from local representatives of national and international companies, nor from anyone selling bric-a-brac.

The 2019 Market will be held on Sunday 10th November ~ we look forward to seeing you there!

Registrations for this Market are now open - click here for an Information to Sellers document and here for a General products Registration Form (food forms to be released later).

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