Posted by: Moira Drexler | October 8, 2010

Christmas Market at Australiss, Erlangen.

I am new at blogging.  I have accidentally deleted this article from yesterday so here it is again, take two!

Australiss will hold its second Christmas Market on Friday Novermber 19th until Saturday the 20th of November.  The shop will be exhibiting lots of new products from Australia and around the world.

There will be many new exhibits down in the Historical Cellar.

 

Australiss' first Christmas market held at Martin-Luther-Platz 5.

 

Enjoy browsing through the shop above and cellar below with a wide range of local handmade products.  There will be homemade delights such as biscuits, homemade jams and Moira’s homemade Lebkuchen.

 

Great little inexpensive gifts all lovingly presented and what's more......yummy!

 

There will be many new jewellery exhibits from really talented designers who are local to the area of Erlangen.  They have approached me this year because they want to participate.

There will also be ceramic artists displaying their wares, don’t miss out.

We will be serving homemade waffles infused with Australian Lemon Myrtle and waffles infused with Australian Wattleseed.  They are scruptious.  Prosecco with Australian Wild Hibiscus will also be on offer.

In the courtyard we will be firing up the BBQ again and Kangaroo Steaks and Australian Beef Steaks will be on offer.  Glühwein as well!

 

Snuggling whilst waiting for a Kangaroo Steak and Fosters Beer!

 

Mark your calendars and we hope to see you there.

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Responses

  1. Hopefully we are invited too.

    Love Anita


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