The last Cittaslow Farmers Market of the year is on this Sunday, December 9 at Jeralde Park in the Goolwa Wharf Precinct.
The markets feature a range of local produce including the Hungry Caterpillar fresh-baked bread, delicious Coorong Mullet Burgers and much more.
In addition, there will be plenty of local fish, Anna’s Baking, Finnis olive Oil, Fabulous Platters, Brent with fruit and Veg, Gina East’s fantastic berries and baked goods, and Tom’s coffee.
Les Deux Coqs will return to the Market for a special appearance. Les Deux Coqs (the two roosters) are Bastian and Katia – they started making marvellous French food in a former vicarage in Burgundy and, when they came to South Australia, commenced at the Goolwa Farmers Market from the early days.
Since then they have established their business in the Adelaide Central Market.
Well-known performer Garry Searle will also entertain the crowd.
The Goolwa Farmers Market is also on December 23 as usual and will then resume on the second and fourth Sundays from 9am to 1pm from February 10.
CITTASLOW AT THE WHARF
The latest Cittaslow Goolwa At The Wharf event on Friday, November 30 saw the return of crowd favourite Suzi and the Jetz to the bandstand.
The good crowd enjoyed the rocking backdrop to the usual collection of local food and wine.
The new Cittaslow Paella was a favourite with a wide selection of tasty dishes from Clarke Street catering to go with the Bleasdale and Currency Creek wines.
Brew Box coffee helped to keep the crowd warm.
Th next At The Wharf is scheduled for Friday, December 28 with Matt and the Maniacs and a new feature - ‘Alfred’ the pop up caravan/cellar door from Langhorne Creek will complement the Cittaslow Bar - more wine and more varieties to choose from.
At The Wharf is a free community event presented by Cittaslow Goolwa and will take place from 5pm to 8pm on the last Friday of December, January and February, with a special show on Sunday, March 10 from 1.30pm in conjunction with the Adelaide Festival Fringe.