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Taking place on Sunday, September 21, from 10am to 3pm at Cross Park Oval in Roleystone, the markets will showcase quality, homemade arts, craft and produce from 100 different stall holders.

Spokeswoman Catherine Schaefer said the family event will have a vast array of products to tempt all tastes.

‘We maintain the variety by only allowing a few of the same types of vendors to trade on the day,’ she said.

‘Apart from our usual fare of soaps, candles, children’s and adults clothing, hair accessories, produce, plants and honey, we also have some up-cyclers, who turn things into beautiful functional home wares and furniture.

‘The Roleystone Men’s Shed will be in full swing selling products they have been making in the shed.

‘Darling Range Wildlife Shelter are bringing some native animals along and we will also have an animal farm, bouncy castle and face painting for the kids.’

The spring weather along with the added draw card of the Tulip festival at Araluen Botanic Park, is expected to attract between 3000 to 5000 people to the market.

The Roleystone Community Garden will host a build your own scarecrow competition, where people can bring creations for judging on the day to win a prize.

Look out for parking signs to the markets on the day.