SHOPPING TIME: Grab your shopping bags and starting thinking about spring garden revamps because the Dalby Uniting Church annual market day and garage sale this weekend is the perfect opportunity to pick up some new greenery.
SHOPPING TIME: Grab your shopping bags and starting thinking about spring garden revamps because the Dalby Uniting Church annual market day and garage sale this weekend is the perfect opportunity to pick up some new greenery. Ian Williams

Markets and garage sale are back for Dalby Uniting Church

AS THE weather tries to warm up, it is the perfect time of year to do some treasure hunting at markets and garage sales.

Dalby Uniting Church is embracing the sunny days with their annual market fay and garage sale on Saturday, September 14.

Held at the church on the corner of Condamine and Bunya streets, browsing the stalls and items will no doubt be a relaxing way to start the weekend.

Reverend Adam Tipple said the market day and garage sale was the church's annual fundraising event.

There will be plenty of variety at the markets, including the ever popular plants for those wanting to get into the garden.

"We have lots of plants,” Rev Tipple said.

"We have natural fertiliser, we have lots of baked goods, we have food, tea and coffee and lots of bargains and bric-a-brac as well.

"It's a good place to have a coffee and we have a really good cooked breakfast as well so it's a good place to get breakfast.”

The markets will kick off at 8am, perfect timing to grab some breakfast before browsing the stalls.

For those who enjoy their Saturday morning sleep-ins, fear not, the markets and garage sale will be operating until around 1pm.

"It's a really great community event,” Rev Tipple said.

"And it's a good place to have a nice breakfast and just find a good bargain.”


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