Craft, produce and boutique products at the new Moo and Glue markets
With a focus on engaging the local community, the new Moo and Glue Carina Farmers, Craft and Boutique Market aims to be a platform to support local small business with its producers, farmers and creators as well as charities.
A market stallholder herself, Cathrin Feltham realised there a gap in the market offering on Brisbane’s southside. Launching this Sunday January 31 in the carpark of the Carindale PCYC, Moo and Glue will see local farmers, bakers, seafood market stalls, honey producers, dog product stalls, handicrafts and boutique creators all out and about sharing the market love. With more than 80 stalls so far (there are literally more confirming in the days leading up to the launch) the Moo and Glue market is set to be a big event. The one-stop-shop will offer breakfast, brunch or lunch while you do your weekly produce shop, and you can pick up a sweet treat or a handcrafted gift on the way out.
The launch will see Latin American trio Rumba Fuego and 1960s guitar duo The Two of Us entertain the masses, as well as a jumping castle, face painting, colouring-in competition and air-dried playdough stall for the kids. Moo and Glue supports community charities by offering free stall space and this weekend the charities Spirit of the Dragonfly and Gum Tree Greys with be out to make the most of the happy crowds.