Indie Market Place | Arts and Craft Market Box Hill

Arts Market, Arts and Crafts Market, Food Market, Weekend Events, Fetes, Community Markets Box Hill | Doncaster | Mitcham | Mont Albert | Melbourne | Hawthorn

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Indie Market Place - Market Box Hill | Arts and Crafts Market

This modest bazaar for start-up entrepreneurs was planned and organized by three self-motivated women who run their online businesses from home.

Arts Market Box Hill

It is now a dedicated community market helping new and established small and independent business minded people, makers, artist and designers by providing them a premium venue in affordable sites where they sell, showcase, promote, and network their unique products and ideas.

Indie Market Place began with the aim to give emerging craft makers, designers, and artists a chance to showcase their work, creativity and innovation.

Indie Market Place gathers together small business merchants to promote and sell their creative products, services and great ideas.

The market also aims to provide an exciting experience, a friendly place where families and children are welcome and all enjoy the experience.

Crafts Market Box Hill

Indie Market Place is relatively new, having held their first market in December 2011.

A variety of stalls now gather to showcase their talent and ingenuity.

From whimsical hair accessories, candles, food, to natural soaps, to handmade clothing, spices to fire up an exciting dish, wood craft, pet accessories, fitness, childrens decor, boutique children fashion and even help with those persistent little questions you have about children: you name it, they've got something to help with it!

Indie Market Place is truly a refreshing and satisfying market experience, with an emphasis on experience!

This year, the next market in Box Hill will be on the 8th December 2012.

It will be an indoor and outdoor event which will begin at 10:00 am and end at 4:00 pm.

You can showcase and promote your products and merchandise for a minimal stall fee of $35.00 to $85.00 depending on the size of the stall.

The categories open for suppliers/merchants are as follows:

  • Gourmet food
  • Cakes
  • Delicacies
  • Cultural food
  • Packaged food
  • Homewares
  • Framing
  • Vintage pieces
  • Soaps
  • Business services
  • Music

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If you are interested in joining and becoming a stall holder, you can send an email or give them a call at 0417 34# ###.

Trestle tables will be provided.

For more information about the previous Indie Market Place participants, please visit the website.

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