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Inspired by our vastly popular rooftop market, Quadrangle – Carousel will bring things down to earth, or street level at least with a creative business festival at Surry Hills charm-filled Harmony Park. Carousel is a celebration of some of the most interesting and innovative businesses within Surry Hills and its surrounds. This time around we have partnered with the Surry Hills Creative Precinct and our neighbours at Workshopped to cast a wider net and capture more of the city’s most interesting, individual and creative businesses. On Saturday 28 March we will be bringing together a curated selection of local stand outs and innovators to exhibit within the new Carousel marketplace. For March 2015, Carousel is appearing as a part of the new Sydney Morning Herald Spectrum Now festival, and will feature the following businesses: Golden Age Cinema & Bar Studio NEON Single Origin Roasters The Stables Brickfields Org box The Jam Bandits Trolley’d Mia Tree Extraordinary Ordinary Day Kubrick’s Vespertine Flowers Sofi Spritz Venus Whole Foods Flute Bags ROOF Preston Recordings Happy as Larry Sydney Batlow Cider Willie the Boatman District Salon The Office Space WORKSHOPPED Carousel will also include installations by Gallery 2010 artists Sam Mitchell Fin and Dion Horstmans. SATURDAY 28 MARCH 10AM – 6PM HARMONY PARK SURRY HILLS For more information visit Carousel here. With special thanks to our supporters and partners, Design by Toko and Broadsheet Sydney.

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