Tricky act to juggle Subi farmers’ market
JUGGLING the activity and excitement at Subi Farmers’ Market is about to get a lot trickier for its organisers, with 25 new stalls moving in this month.
Subi Farmers’ Market manager Anna Cappelletta said the Saturday morning Subiaco Primary School market would celebrate its fifth birthday on October 18 with free cake, activities and balloons.
With the future of Station Street Markets hanging in limbo, Ms Cappelletta said their market was only getting “bigger and better”.
“We have just taken on an animal farm, new seating and shaded picnic areas and the Wembley Theatre Company are coming to perform on September 20,” she said.
“It’s been wonderful how more people are appreciating the community atmosphere, popping in to get their breakfast, weekly shopping and socialis- Subiaco Primary School teacher and Farmers’ Market staff member Andy Longhurst with market manager Anna Cappelletta, assistant principal Deb Hands and P & C association member Abi Crisp. ing.” Celebrity chef and Subiaco resident Emmanuel Mollois was one of the latest popular additions to the not-for-profit com- munity market.
Subiaco Primary School assistant principal Deb Hands said she was thrilled to see the market go from strength to strength each week. “It has been great not only for the school, but the whole community,” she said.