Lo­cal al­ter­na­tive life­style mar­ket a great suc­cess

Eyethu Baywatch - - NEWS • IZINDABA - Tam­lyn Jolly

THE first al­ter­na­tive life­style mar­ket at the small craft har­bour in Richards Bay was hailed a suc­cess by those at­tend­ing and by stall hold­ers.

Or­gan­ised by the Bobby Green­hash Foun­da­tion in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the City of uMh­lathuze and the uMh­lathuze Com­mu­nity Tourism Or­gan­i­sa­tion, the mar­ket ran from 10am to 10pm on Satur­day.

From live mu­sic to a fash­ion show, flea mar­ket, a kids’ jump­ing cas­tle, and a yoga demon­stra­tion, there was some­thing for ev­ery­one.

Lo­cal mu­si­cal en­ter­tain­ment The Blind Sun­rise per­formed dur­ing the day while The Med­i­ta­tors, brought in from Dur­ban, rounded off the en­ter­tain­ment for the day.

Tam­lyn Jolly

ZO graphic artist Jar­rett Onions was com­mis­sioned to paint the walls at the Bobby Green­hash Foun­da­tion in the run-up to their first mar­ket, which was hailed a suc­cess

The Blind Sun­rise was one of the en­ter­tain­ing bands on the day. Brad Korten­bout (per­cus­sion), Bryan ‘Munch’ Keg­gie (bass and back­ing vo­cals), Dar­ryl Hib­bert (lead gui­tar and vo­cals) and Clair Land­man (drums)

Grant Vis­agie and Dean Grob­ler came all the way from Bal­lito to sell their Gun Wax at the mar­ket

Food ven­dors, De­nis Hey­mans and Jeanette Small and their Taste food truck en­sured all who at­tended the mar­ket did not go hun­gry

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