The Rotary Club of Kingston welcomes you.
Kingston Tasmania, 7050
Meeting at the Kingborough Bowls Club on Mondays 6:30 pm for 7 pm start.
Kingborough Mega Community Sale (15th April 2018) – Stallholder Notes
The market is at DRU POINT, Margate.
It is outdoors and open for business from 8 am to 2pm.
Locally pre-owned, manufactured and cultivated goods can all be sold.
Sellers can use marked bays of 4m x 8m which cost $20.
$40 for food stalls/vans.
If more space is required adjoining bays will cost an additional $20.
We have a limited supply of trestle tables which can be hired for $5.
Stallholder payments will be collected via try booking.
- Sale of puppies, kittens, canaries and other pets is not permitted.
- The labeling of all goods must adhere to all relevant legal requirements
- It is the responsibility of stall holders to remove their own rubbish at the end of the market.
- Dogs are permitted in the marketplace provided they comply with local regulations
- Smoking and consumption of alcohol are prohibited within the site.
- Marquees must be well secured
- Toilets are on site behind the cafe
Setting up is between 7:00 am and 8 am. You should be aware that this entry is for patrons of the park area as well (refer to location map when you book). On arrival Rotarians (in yellow vests) will be there to direct you to the bays and provide assistance in setting up – you have the choice to leave your car in the bay, or offload and park nearby. The market will proceed regardless of the weather – in the event of bad weather, stallholders must decide whether to stay or not – no refunds will be given.
Local/Global Community Services
If you have skills that would support us in Community Projects we invite you to contact us via the contact page or come to one of our events.
Painters, gardeners, metal fabricators, crafters, plumbers, accountants, doctors, nurses, artisans, radio announcers, authors, publishers, joiners, farmers, travellers, scientists, educators, media, performers, students, administrators, engineers, police, instructors, legal officers, sports coordinators, real estate, business managers, curators etc.; whatever your field there is a place for you to engage with us to do good in the world.
Some programs linked to our community are Manor Gardens Respite Centre, Balmoral Park Recreation and Playground, Kingston Park, Day on the Beach, and our Kingston Fun Run.
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