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Call for Expressions of Interest: Geelong Regional Libraries Arts and Craft Market Day

Calling all local makers, artists and creatives!

We invite you to submit an expression of interest (EOI) to sell your wares and creations at the inaugural Geelong Regional Libraries Arts and Craft Market Day on Saturday 3 December 2022.

This initiative aims to encourage and support our local creative communities by providing a public space to sell their creations, to promote connection and wellbeing of our community and celebrate the diversity of creative talent in our region.

Please note, no fresh or cooked produce, alcohol or beverages, homemade or cooked goods can be sold at these markets.

EOI applications will close on Thursday 10 November 2022. For more information and to apply, visit our webpage.

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