Young creatives will take over Albany Town Hall this weekend for two days of markets to cap off Youth Week. The Bazaarium Youth Markets will bring together 30 young stallholders to sell a variety of handmade wares. The market was also successfully run as part of last year’s Youth Week. It will feature stalls selling jewellery, bags, hair accessories, vintage and handmade clothing, artwork, bath bombs, baked goods, candles, cards, stickers, plants, macrame and dog biscuits. Sandcastle will also be providing live music during the markets on Saturday. City of Albany community development coordinator Tammy Flett said Youth Week was a great opportunity for Albany to celebrate and acknowledge young people in the community. “We have put together a diverse program, using as many young artists and professionals as possible to showcase their talents,” she said. “By ensuring we engage as many young people as we can in the delivery of our events, we can create an environment where our youth feel valued and appreciated.” Late last week, there were more than 300 in attendance at Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre for Inflata-Day, which featured an inflatable basketball court, a bouncy obstacle course and other inflatable fun. The town hall will also play host to a quiz night on Thursday that should be a fun social event for those aged 10 to 18. Team will take part in five rounds of trivia with prizes on offer for the best team as well as the best dressed. Bazaarium will run from 10am to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.