Moggill Markets to Celebrate Mums Ahead of Mother’s Day

Still have no idea what to give the mums in your life for Mother’s Day? Drop by the Moggill Markets at St Michael and All Angels’ Anglican Church and check out its Mother’s Day-themed celebration this weekend so you can be ready for May!

Ahead of Mothers’ Day in May 2022, Moggill Markets will have heaps of stalls full of gift ideas for mums, wives, grandmothers, sisters, or daughters. The Mother’s Day-themed markets will be on Saturday, 23 April 2022 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

There will be fresh produce, homeware and homemade items, as well as plenty of fashionable finds for women. However, market visitors may also get a chance to meet and talk with the local makers and perhaps arrange for bespoke and one-of-a-kind creations on Mothers’ Day while there is still time. 

Aside from the stalls, Moggill Markets have a lot of family-friendly entertainment lined up so there’s something to do for everyone who visits the markets, including the children. Grab breakfast, coffee, or brunch at the street food stalls joining for the week.

Photo Credit: Moggill Markets

This will be the second event of the year for Moggill Markets after a long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“We were totally overwhelmed by the huge support and positive feedback we had from the community at our very first market in Moggill,” JAMboree Events Director of Operations Melanie Lee said. “We were so thrilled you all loved it and we will be working to make it even better as we hold each one!” 

“Needless to say we can’t wait till the next one on Saturday 23 April 2022 8-12 noon with loads in store ready for Mothers Day!!!” 

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Moggill Markets Holds Grand Opening at the All Angels’ Anglican Church

Did you know that Moggill is finally getting its very own local farmers and homemakers market? Get ready for the Moggill Markets, which will make its debut soon at the All Angels’ Anglican Church on Moggill Road.

Launching on Saturday, 26 March 2022, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., the Moggill Markets will feature quality produce, interesting food and drink choices, and unique gift or home items. 

The markets are also a great opportunity for families to connect to the community as the adults enjoy a warm cup of coffee together. It’s been more than 10 years since Moggill has had regular community markets where folks can support local businesses, enjoy the company, and purchase great finds. 

Family-friendly activities and entertainment, including a wildlife show and face painting for the kids, are also in the cards.

Some of the crafters stallholders to check out include the following:

MKJ Creations

Mom, Megan, established her ship in 2020 as a creative outlet. She makes unique and customised gifts to suit every need. 

Photo Credit: MKJ Creations/Facebook

Kumbha Inspiration

Kumbha is Sanskrit for Aquarius, which is associated with all sorts of inspiration. Kumbha Inspiration is also an outlet for its owner who has been exploring and growing her creative side. She makes handcrafted accessories.

Photo Credit: Kumbha Inspiration/Facebook

Wish Art Design 

Jennifer Wishart, a wife and grandmother, is the woman behind Wish Art Design and she specializes in hand-drawn black and white artistic pieces. 

Photo Credit: Wish Art Design/Facebook

Lara’s Ink Art

Lara turns her alcohol ink designs into trivets, food platters, coaster sets and other gift ideas. She also customises pieces.

Photo Credit: Lara’s Ink Art/ Facebook

German Sausage Haus, Red Hot Food, Tribe Coffee Co., and Turkish Tucker will be there to serve famished visitors. 

Moggill Markets
Photo Credit: Moggill Markets/Facebook

After the launch, Moggill Markets will be a monthly event with the schedule already mapped out until December 2022.  

  • Saturday 23rd April
  • Saturday 28th May
  • Saturday 25th June
  • Saturday 23rd July
  • Saturday 27th August
  • Saturday 24th September
  • Saturday 22nd October
  • Friday 25th November – November Twilight Market – 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.
  • Friday 23rd December – (time TBA)

For interested makers and providers who might want to have a stall, check out JAMboree Events for the details.