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IN PICTURES: Community comes together at the Katanning Farmers Market

Daniel RooneyGreat Southern Herald
Marree O'Connell spinning yarn.
Camera IconMarree O'Connell spinning yarn. Credit: Daniel Rooney

The first Katanning Farmers Market of the year was held at the Agricultural Society shearing sheds on Pemble Street on Saturday, January 21.

The markets take place in the Agricultural Society shearing sheds.
Camera IconThe markets take place in the Agricultural Society shearing sheds. Credit: Daiel Rooney

The markets offered a wide range of country fare and handmade wares with stalls featuring a range of clothing, preserves, plants, craft and curios.

Food fit for a Saturday morning was also available with the Katanning and Districts Pool Association selling sausages in the shearing shed and Sea Breeze Ice Cream serving their small batch ice cream outside in the sun.

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The markets are held on the third Saturday of each month from 8am to noon.

The next market is scheduled for February 18.

Cora Watts had a wide variety of succulents for sale.
Camera IconCora Watts had a wide variety of succulents for sale. Credit: Daniel Rooney
An octopus crocheted by Reena Rennie to help children learn how to tie shoe laces.
Camera IconAn octopus crocheted by Reena Rennie to help children learn how to tie shoe laces. Credit: Daniel Rooney
Puzzle master Jessica Arnold with some of the many puzzles she has completed that were for sale at the markets.
Camera IconPuzzle master Jessica Arnold with some of the many puzzles she has completed that were for sale at the markets. Credit: Daniel Rooney
Katanning artist Antonio Rodriguez.
Camera IconKatanning artist Antonio Rodriguez. Credit: Daniel Rooney
A pair of muscovy ducks.
Camera IconA pair of muscovy ducks. Credit: Daniel Rooney
Mark Wheeler, Wayne Cockburn and Adrian Matthews.
Camera IconMark Wheeler, Wayne Cockburn and Adrian Matthews. Credit: Daniel Rooney

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