Twilight Markets to bring Flagstone families together

THE Flagstone community will have the opportunity to relax and come together at the Goodstart Early Learning Twilight Markets this month.

COMMUNITY GARDEN: Flagstone Goodstart centre director Mandy Arthurell, Twilight Market organiser Virginia Devine and educational leader Kelli Joass. Photo: Jacob Wilson

COMMUNITY GARDEN: Flagstone Goodstart centre director Mandy Arthurell, Twilight Market organiser Virginia Devine and educational leader Kelli Joass. Photo: Jacob Wilson

There will be 22 stalls set up for the event starting at 6pm on Friday, April 26 art 86-88 Coachwood Drive.

Centre director Mandy Arthurell said the event would follow on from the success of the Flagstone State School Twilight Markets last month.

"The goal is to do something for families in this community," she said.

"As a member of the Flagstone Community Association I know how much parents are crying out for things to do."

Proceeds from the event will go towards supporting the centre's community garden.

Twilight Market organiser and lead educator Virginia Devine said kids had shown significant interest in the community garden project this year.

"We have already been planting strawberries and herbs brought in by the bush tucker indigenous show we had recently," she said.

"Being in touch with the ground and the planting of the seeds, the children are learning about the environment and life skills."

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