Health & Happiness
PALMYRA WESTERN FARMERS MARKET
Come and taste a little bit of the country in the city at Palmyra Western Farmers Market (PWFM) every Sunday 8 AM – 12 PM.
A genuine farmers market with many unique qualities. Your support of PWFM directly funds the Kitchen Garden Program and allows Palmyra Primary School students to grow and cook produce as part of their curriculum.
Absorb yourself in the vibrant community experience amongst great food and friends.
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Applications and Information available NOW from:
Lisa E: email@example.com M: 0433 433 077
Would you like to learn how to live a simpler, healthier & more sustainable lifestyle? Check out the Living Smart Course to be held on Thursdays at Palmyra Primary, 23rd April to 4th June 2015, 6.30pm – 9.00pm for $70. Contact Michele for details
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Every Sunday 8am – 12pm
Please use the allocated bays in streets surrounding the primary school; McKimmie, Tamar, Aurelian & Zenobia. Overflow parking will be available on the school oval.
Farm Fresh/Organic/Spray Free fruit and vegetables, cold pressed juice, raw health treats, curry, waffles, sushi, organic olive oil, seafood, honey, pickles, preserves, organic bread, pastries, cupcakes, goats cheese, eggs, assorted pasta, breakfast burgers, crepes, gozleme, fair-trade coffee, entertainment, cut flowers, native seedlings and much more.
Palmyra Western Farmers Market is a genuine growers market, bringing fresh food direct from the farm gate to you. The person who grew, bred, caught, pickled, smoked or baked the product will be the person you meet at their stall.
Cash only and BYO shopping bags.
Dogs not permitted in the market areas, but tie them up with their mates at the “Dogs Bar”.