The legendary Balwyn Rotary Camberwell Sunday Market will be open from Sunday 31 October 2021.
New conditions of reopen are as follows:
All stallholders and those assisting them on their stall/s need to be double vaccinated
If you are not yet fully vaccinated you will need to complete your vaccinations before booking a stall
We consider the health and safety of all our stallholders, volunteers and visitors a priority
Please forward a copy of your Vaccination Certificate, and the certificate of anyone sharing your stall, to email@example.com.
Forward Vaccination Certificate after making your booking. Please include your Market date and stall number in your email
Certificates need to be received at least 72 hours before Market date
Failure to do so may result in an email notifying you of booking cancellation and stall fee refunded
Masks to be worn in accordance with the Victorian Government health directions
STALL QR CODES
Individual QR Codes need to be setup by individual stallholders and need to be displayed clearly on stalls for visitors/customers use.
Hand sanitizer needs to be available on your stall for customer use
Stall holders must disinfect high touch surfaces twice during market operating hours.
Ensure items are clearly labelled with prices to avoid excess handling and limit interaction
We know everyone is very excited to be getting back to market and we need to work together to make sure we do it safely.
- Community Service Award
Mon 26th Sep
Balwyn Rotary is one of the three winners of the Community District Award for its From Tiny Seeds Mighty Trees Grow Project The devastating bushfires in the summer of 2020 left vast areas of East Gippsland in need of revegetation. Many of our club members volunteered to germinate seeds and nurture the seedlings for this project. 985 seedlings were delivered to Mallacoota in June 2021. This year we are aiming for 2000 seedlings. The seeds will be planted in Spring for an Autumn delivery. Some of our members even took their seedling trays on summer holidays.
- FareShare Volunteers
Mon 26th Sep
We had a cracking night at FareShare on Tuesday. 1320
quiches equate to 2640 eggs cracked! President Anne says she never did manage to crack an egg with
one hand. Too old to learn new tricks perhaps. Marcus Godinho, executive
director, spoke to us before hand about overcoming the challenges presented
- Santa Arrives at the Camberwell Sunday Market
Mon 26th Sep