Sites for this weekend’s Federation Market on January 27 and 28 are filling up fast, with many new stallholders getting involved.
Quilters and sewers will be happy with the return of the “Big Red Bus”, with it Aladdin’s cave of materials and other goodies.
For those looking for something different, Mummawear will be at the market with its range of interesting and affordable earrings, while Murray Breweries from Beechworth will bring its range of cordials.
On the food front, there will be King Valley Popcorn coming for the first time and other treats like Nepalese dumplings, 12-hour slow cooked pulled pork and Portuguese chicken, from King Valley Spices.
The-Mac is back with its wonderful dim sims and Corowa-Rutherglen Football and Netball Club will be running the big barbecue.
There will be plenty to keep the children entertained with a jumping castle and face painting on the Saturday from 6pm to 8pm.
Children can also enjoy a miniature train ride on Sunday.
The Federation Twilight Market starts at 4pm on Saturday at Corowa’s Bangerang Park, followed by a fireworks display from 9.30pm.
Sunday’s Federation Market start at 8.30am and runs until 2pm.
Entertainment will be provided on both days by the bands that are in town for the Federation Grand Parade that will take place on Sunday in Sanger Street from 11am.
Meanwhile, tickets are still available for the B & S Ball at Corowa Cougar’s Rugby Ground on Saturday.
Tickets can be purchased at Marshall Batteries at 10 Bow Street, Corowa, or over the phone using either Visa, or MasterCard.
To purchase tickets over the phone call Gary on 0427 229 783.
The 2018 ball prices are $120 if purchased by 5pm on January 25 after that they are $130 at the gate.
Ticket prices include the Saturday Day stage, the night show, evening food and drinks, as well as Sunday breakfast.