Celebrating its 10th year, Bowerbird Design Market returns to the Adelaide Showground from 1 – 3 November, showcasing a curated selection of exciting local and interstate designers, with creative workshops, artisan food and craft beverages and music to enjoy across the weekend.Director, Jane Barwick, is passionate about Bowerbird’s continued growth."It's incredibly exciting after 10 years to be going from strength to strength,’’ she says.“Our proudly South Australian event has an excellent reputation around Australia.“We attract a large contingent of new stallholders each time, both local and interstate and emerging and established, as well as welcoming back designers who have been part of the event since the start.“All keen to take part and show new collections to the hugely receptive audience we've established in Adelaide."With Christmas just around the corner, Bowerbird is the ideal event to kick off the festive shopping season with some market favourites guaranteed to have that unique gift for friends and family.For the November event we’re also pleased to announce 40 new designers.In total there are more than 200 stallholders selling accessories, artwork, stationery, skincare, clothing and textiles, furniture, lighting, homewares and gifts for kids.Discover new brands making a debut at the event, including Eggpicnic’s colourful and striking fine art prints, artisanal textiles from Audrey Gachet, ethical women’s clothing label Colour Coded and stylish adjustable wooden frames from Corner Block Studio.You’ll also find the latest Spring/Summer new release products from Bowerbird favourites such as Kitty Came Home, Claire Ishino, The Butcher Byrd, Mother Daughter and The Mod Collective - vist https://bowerbird.net.au/designer-directory/Proudly South Australian, this year’s market includes 80 local stallholders, including a selection of artisan foods, wines and spirits, quality produce using local ingredients including Quince Catering; Ambra Liqueurs; Sassi Icecream; Let Them Eat; Abbots & Kinney and Johns & Co Coffee.Look out for the mobile drinks trolley and enjoy a drink while shopping or visit the bar for a tasting and chat with some of our local wine and spirit makers.After work on the Friday, meet friends at the champagne bar or have a cocktail and enjoy the tunes from our in-house DJ. For more visit: https://bowerbird.net.au/food-drink/Once again Bowerbird will offer an incredible program of workshops.For the first time many of these will be run in conjunction with Adelaide’s iconic JamFactory. These include making jewellery from Found Objects; Jesmonite coasters with Calum Hurley; Ceramic planters with Xanthe Murphy and two workshops with Emma Cuppleditch, Colour On Metal and Resin Vessels.Other workshops include From The Wild’s Artisan Chocolate, Kokedama with EST and in the spirit of Christmas, beautiful and long-lasting Wreaths with Ponder Posy.There will also be free creative kids’ activities on the Saturday and Sunday hosted by Mini Mad Things, including collage crowns and paper bag monster masks. For bookings and further information, the full workshop program can be viewed on the website at https://bowerbird.net.au/workshops/Open from Friday 1 November at 4pm, to Sunday 3 November at 5pm, Bowerbird is the perfect destination after work on the Friday night for shopping, drinks and nibbles with friends, or a weekend outing with family.Bowerbird Design Market 1 -3 November, Friday 4 - 9 pm I Saturday & Sunday 10am - 5pm, Wayville Pavilion, Adelaide Showground, Adults $5. Children 12 and under free.