Youth Week 2019: Young Port Stephens stallholders wanted for Raymond Terrace Twilight Market

Ana Neale working hard to make jewellery to sell at the Olive Tree Market in Newcastle in 2011.

Ana Neale working hard to make jewellery to sell at the Olive Tree Market in Newcastle in 2011.

Port Stephens Council and the Youth Advisory Panel are calling on creatives aged 12 to 25 to run a stall at the upcoming Twilight Martket.

The market will be staged as part of the 2019 Youth Week activities at WEA Alesco in Raymond Terrace on April 9 between 4pm and 8pm.

YAP and the council is seeking youths who would like the opportunity to showcase their skills by selling a product or demonstrating a service at a stall during the market.

Idea for stalls include but are not limited to: handmade jewellery, clothing, art, candles, website design, photography, face painting, live sketching, screen printing, potted plants or terrariums.

Food-based businesses are not permitted at this event.

Interested stallholders are invited to apply by March 22. Click here to apply on the council's website.

Once applications closed, the council will review all expressions of interest and select 10 applicants to receive a $50 gift voucher to go towards stall costs.

The council can provide marquee space, tables and chairs as required.

Other Youth Week events happening in Port Stephens include:

  • Tomaree Youth and Community Action Group (TYCA) Skate Scooter competition on Sunday, April 14. All day Fly Point Skatepark.
  • Snak n Rap at Tilligerry Skatepark organised by Up & Up on Sunday, March 17 between 10am and 1pm

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