A HIGHLY successful season of the Inglewood Monday Night Markets will be celebrated in party style at the final market on April 29.
The season end celebrations will have a big family focus starting from 5.30pm at the Inglewood Town Square, in front of the Inglewood Library.
There will be giant games, tug of war, free fairy floss for the kids from Fun2U, Kim Westlake from WOA: Creation Station will be doing creative things with balloons, Feisty’s Silent Disco will have everybody from two to 102 up and dancing to their own tune and Nix Face Painting will be decorating little faces and arms up until 7.30pm.
Puppet show Baerlie and Friends is suitable for children from age two to eight and features Kevin, a little koala who manages to find trouble everywhere, Karen the kangaroo, Wilbur the wombat and Danni the Tasmanian devil, performing from 5.30pm.
The high energy music of the Junkadelic Brass Band will start at the Town Square at 6.30pm before roving to Ninth Avenue and ending at Seventh.
Before the markets close for winter this is one last chance to participate in “No Cook Monday” and to enjoy flavours from around the world at dozens of food trucks and stalls which line Beaufort Street in Inglewood.
A kaleidoscope of cuisine is available including French, Vietnamese, Dutch, Canarian, Moroccan, German, Argentine, Turkish, Korean, Thai, Italian, Arabic, Colombian, Mexican, Greek, Turkish, Japanese, Italian, Egyptian, American, Malaysian, Chinese, Brazilian and Indian on the menus of the best street food purveyors.
Pets are also catered for with their very own vendor, the Woof Meow Tweet Squeak treat truck.
Buskers will also be playing on the final night of the markets and the much loved Buskers Bar on Seventh Avenue has tables and chairs for customers to sit and eat their food while musicians keep them entertained.
The Crafted Pop Up Bar will be serving beer and cider on tap and local wines.
After April 29, the markets will go into recess for the winter and will be back again in September.