Iggle and Boo have a very busy schedule leading up to Christmas.
Come and meet us at one of the many markets we will be attending.
We have lots of great new things that would be perfect as
Christmas gifts for the favourite little people in your life.
Thank-you to the many people who have emailed us in the past few days to let us know what a great night they had at the first Eats & Treats Moonlight Market. It was a great success, and one of the stallholders, Amanda from Dames and Divas has summed it up in her blog perfectly.
Organised by the beautiful Tara & Felicity of Iggle & Boo the evening was filled with amazing food, fabulous people and gorgeous products.
Customers were able to peruse the market stalls with vino and canapés in hand and then mingle in the stunning courtyard.
The weather was fantastic! A balmy 29 degrees for most of the night!
With funds raised for the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation what better way to spend a Friday evening.
Well done to all involved!”
Help us spread the word and get as many people as we can along to the Eats & Treats Moonlight Market tonight at Birdie Num Nums.Nth Carlton. Proudly supporting the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation, a percentage of money from sales and raffles will be donated to help those in need. See http://www.eatsandtreats.com.au for more information or call Felicity on 0418 518 838.
Press Release : FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Eats AND Treats – Raising Funds with Fun for The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation
The inaugural Eats & Treats Moonlight Market will be held on Friday the 29th October, 2010 at the historic and charming North Carlton restaurant, Birdie Num Nums (745 Nicholson Street, North Carlton). The market is the brainchild of two local mothers, Tara Ralph and Felicity Thomlinson, founders of children’s clothing brand iggle & boo. It will raise much-needed funds for the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation in Melbourne.
The spacious rear courtyard of the restaurant will be transformed into a bustling market for the evening and there will be entertainment for children. Market entry is free, and an Eats & Treats dinner and drink package is available for just $25, which includes six delicious canapés and drink. Fundraising for the RCH Foundation will be via raffles, collection tins, with each stallholder also donating a portion of all proceeds from the evening.
The market stallholders have been carefully selected, and consist of local designers and businesses with a range of gorgeous wares including jewellery, bags, books, children’s clothing, hats, stationery, candles and more.
Felicity Thomlinson, the organiser of the market, said “As a mother, it is a terrific opportunity for us to support such a vital institution, and to create a new market in the vibrant Inner North. We really wanted to develop an event for the local community to engage with emerging local designers, experience great food and contribute to the “Children’s”. The staff at Birdie Num Nums have been incredibly professional and will undoubtedly help us deliver a very special evening.”
The restaurant is in the very capable hands of highly regarded industry professionals Nathania Pearson (General Manager) and Sam Coady (Head Chef). The recently revamped menu draws on the expertise and experience this pair has gained from the iconic restaurants where they have developed their exceptional reputation.
Local mothers’ groups, friends & family will enjoy to this intimate and family friendly market. It will be a great event for the local community to get together and for like-minded families to enjoy a fun-filled evening.
For bookings, please use the contact details provided below, including the names of all guests.
For more details visit the website: www.eatsandtreats.com.au
Contact Tara Ralph via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0406 705 424. All bookings should be made via this email address.
The iggle & boo team would like you to join them tomorrow night (Sunday 5th September) to watch the POSTCARDS travel program on channel 9 at 5:30pm. Earlier this year, we were selected to be interviewed by the POSTCARDS crew when we launched our new range of children’s clothing at the Skirt & Shirt Market at the Abbotsford Convent.