After a canceled September edition, the Quartier Orléans cultural market returns to everyone's delight this Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October from 14 p.m. to 19 p.m.
The organizers, Eléa, a graduate in agronomy, and her brother Obadiah, self-taught craftsman and renowned pizza maker, invite the population to discover or rediscover the joys of their local, craft and cultural market during the two afternoons of the coming weekend. The stands will always focus on diversity, giving pride of place to local craftsmanship and its products: candied sweet potatoes or coconut, succulent pudding, homemade caramels, the now famous Linda sweets, the local honey that will charm you forever, pies, fresh fruit juices, the essential trompe-l'oeil soaps in the shape of a cupcake, cake or lollipop that you can also use as a decorative object, vegetarian or vegan pizza prepared with love by Obadiah in his artisanal oven built with recycled bricks, or even plants and aromatic herbs of which Eléa and her father hold all the secrets. Art will find its way back to the stalls with original paintings and mirrors. As for children, the younger generation will be able to have fun with, among other things, the miniature golf course and the bowling alley. The cultural market of Quartier d'Orléans opens its doors at 14 p.m. and is located at number 11 of the impasse Mont Saline which is on the left of the Lake & Dail's Snack Bar. You just have to follow the signposts that will lead you to this market recognized among others, by the recent visits of the second vice-president of the Collectivity Bernadette Davis and Frantz Gumbs, deputy of the district of Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy . A shuttle service will be organized every hour from 13:30 p.m. from Marigot and Orient Bay. With this new October edition, the Quartier d'Orléans cultural market will once again be able to enhance its reputation. _VX
Info: 06 90 88 65 74 ou 06 90 84 16 05
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