For some, the perfect way to end a chilly winter while supporting business and giving back to disability support services will be through the Niche Market Bazaar.
Returning to Albert Hall on Saturday, Niche manager Victoria Bayes said the bazaar offered excellent products by Tasmanian makers and designers.
“We like to get the right mix of products and we like to offer a space to emerging makers,” she said.
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Stallholder and jeweller Leyla Tas said the organisers had done a great job getting the market together.
“For me the support of Niche is huge because to have an actual physical market at this time is really a big deal for business,” she said.
StGiles, a disability support service, operates the market to fundraise for projects. This year the money will support the Studio Space Theatre Company.
The market will be open from 8am until 3pm.
Only card payments will be accepted.