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Make it, bake it and grow it in Girgarre

By Riverine Herald

IF YOU are looking for something a bit different to do on your Sunday, why not head out to Girgarre?

On Sunday, July 8 the town’s monthly Girgarre Farmer’s Produce Market will be making an appearance, with a whole range of goods and crafts on offer.

You could head down to Station Street — along the main drag — to sample anything from cake to freshly-squeezed orange juice.

This month’s theme of the market is ‘make it, bake it, grow it’, featuring a bunch of home-grown fruit and vege in a true country market style setting.

The vendors boast a variety of seasonal produce, as well as a range of home made and locally-grown products across the more than 90 stalls there on the day.

Stalls offer an array of locally hand made crafts and produce, including fresh orange juice, free tea and coffee with cake, Thai and Asian food and delicacies, as well as ice creams for the kids.

The Girgarre Farmer’s Produce Market runs from 8.30am to 12 noon on the second Sunday of every month, and is held on Station Street, Girgarre.