Beach, Art, Music set for Tannum
JUDY Finlay is becoming a familiar face at local market stalls.
She and her husband Kevin have sold their home-made conserves, chutneys, spreads and pickles at the K-Mart Markets since 2007 and are regulars at the Benaraby State School Annual Country Fair and St Francis Market Day.
Come tomorrow Judy will make her second appearance at Beach, Arts, Music (BAM) which will take place at Tannum Sands' Millennium Esplanade from 3pm to 8pm.
Judy will be one of 40 stall holders selling their wares and offering their services at the latest BAM – the sixth event since starting in May. And the Boyne Island resident will be bringing with her, many home-baked and made goodies from tomato relish and passionfruit butter to apricot jam, jewellery, book marks and giant jam drops.
“I love my markets,” Judy said.
“September was my first time at BAM and I had a wonderful time.
“I took down about five boxes of homemade conserves and came back with about six jars.
“My jam drops just sold off the table. I had 20 and they just went like that.”
BAM stall coordinator Julie Miers said Craig Walsh Digital Odyssey will be projecting artwork images onto a tree on the esplanade and there was also the opportunity to make this BAM an event to remember by having your photo taken in the Picture Perfect Photo Booth.
Ms Miers said also of special interest was Bundaberg-based business Janelapino's which would be offering the gourmet flavours of Wood Fired Pizzas.
“There will be sweet and sour liquorice on sale plus barramundi burgers and slushies,” Ms Miers said.
“Other stalls include The Hippie Way-Clothing and Jewellery, Jais Crystals and Pebbles Creations homewares.”