Sandy Szoko, Susan Osborne and Georgina Steriovich at the baazar site in Kyogle.
Sandy Szoko, Susan Osborne and Georgina Steriovich at the baazar site in Kyogle. Susanna Freymark

It’s bizarre there’s no bazaar in Kyogle

KYOGLE will hold its first revamped bazaar on Sunday January 24 at the amphitheatre behind the Kyogle Information Centre.

Bazaar co-ordinator Sandy Szoko said Kyogle needed a market.

"We don't have one. We want to showcase the wonderful local products," Ms Szoko said.

There will be 30 craft stalls including leather work, dream catchers, soya candles, woodwork, secondhand children's gear, bric-a-brac and many others

A jumping castle and face painter will provide fun for the children.

Details about Kyogle's Bazaar in tomorrow's paper. Kyogle & Villages Information Centre

Posted by Richmond River Express Examiner on Monday, 18 January 2016

Georgina Steriovich runs the cafe next to the Information Centre and is looking forward to being busy on bazaar days with the activities and music attracting more customers.

"DJ Supa Nova Jade will be pumping out some music,"Ms Steriovich said.

Interested stall holders can still apply. Cost for each stall is only $20 and insurance is included.

The bazaar will run on the fourth Sunday of each month and is not to be confused wiht the Saturday farmers' Market that is held every Saturday in Stratheden St.

The bazaar will start at 8am. There is a disabled toilet and plenty of parking.

Kyogle Fishing Club will be the community organisation showcased at the first bazaar with a different group featured each month.

For more information contact Sandy Szoko on 0458 698 588



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