Art & Design
Posted by Taryn Hunter
08. Feb, 2013
Need to resurrect the kitsch in your wardrobe or have that friend that is just impossible to buy for? Then take a dive into Brunswick’s very own treasure trove right in the hub of Lygon Street.
From this Saturday The Resurrection Treasure Trove will be back in business, ready to tempt and tantalise with their selection of clothing, vintage and gift stalls.
Peckish from too much shopping? Then wrap your mitts around some steaming buns from Bao Now, and wash it down with ice cold sangria.
The Resurrection Treasure Trove is at 137 Lygon Street, Brunswick East
Last Saturday of the month, from 2pm – 6pm
137 Lygon Street, East Brunswick
More info at theresurrectiontreasuretrove
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