Sunday, 1 November 2015

Market Promotion

The Sydney Morning Herald website contains two references to QVM in their announcement of what to do in Melbourne over the first 8 days of November - 

Sunday, November 1
MARKET Enjoy a provincial French market in the heart of Melbourne. The Brocante Marche is a twist on vintage markets held across France, where shoppers can browse for repurposed and vintage homewares, fabrics, books, clothing, jewellery and collectables. While most items are locally sourced, keep your eyes peeled for a few pieces sourced from Europe and the UK.9am-3pm, C Shed, Queen Victoria Market, corner Victoria and Elizabeth streets, city, free,

Friday, November 6
FOOD Start the weekend off with Stir Frydays at the Queen Victoria Market. Therry Street will be closed off from 5pm onwards to host the Asian street party. Ease into the evening with some chilled-out tunes and entertainment while splurging on the smorgasbord of food trucks, carts and bars available. Traders include Hammer and Tong, Hoy Pinoy, Coconut Hub and more. 5pm-9pm, Queen Victoria Market, Therry Street, city, free entry,