It’s so thrilling to see the great war upon the print makers for control of the Fitters’ Workshop has been fought and won so soap shaped like cake can have a home:
The Old Bus Depot Markets will return with a fresh look in 2014, with a new and interesting stall set up commencing on Sunday 12 January 2014.
“We are so pleased to be kicking off the New Year with a fresh look with works underway for our new leak proof roof,” said Old Bus Depot Markets Director, Diane Hinds.
“We’re receiving the roof from the ACT Government who wish to enhance our lovely old Heritage listed building,” Diane continued.
Throughout the building works, which will commence at the beginning of January, the market will continue trading with the lower level open as usual. Trading will also take place from Canberra’s most coveted arts building, the heritage listed Fitter’s Workshop located next door to the Market, as well as the new Lakeside Gallery.
“The addition of these areas will give the Market a fresh appeal in 2014, and reacquaint our visitors with some stalls they may have previously overlooked. Plus, new and exciting stallholders join us all the time so things are always changing offering a different visitor experience each time.
“We look forward to these changes that coincide with the Markets’ 20th year in 2014. We can’t wait to continue as the anchor within the Kingston Foreshore, and celebrate our big birthday with Canberra,” Diane concluded.
The Markets will continue to run on Saturdays and Sundays for the special Christmas Markets right up until Sunday 22 December. From Sunday 12 January, they return to the usual Sundays only from 10am to 4pm. For more information on the Old Bus Depot Markets go to www.obdm.com.au