Artwork on Whit Walks will be on show at a celebration event at Gorton Market in east Manchester on Saturday.
The event marks the first anniversary of the opening of the indoor market, created from the former Cooperative Pioneer supermarket, and is part of the Gorton 100 celebrations of the centenary of the area becoming part of the city of Manchester.
The artwork to go on show will be a series of banners created by members of Gorton Visual Arts and pupils of St James' C of E Primary School and St Francis RC Primary School in preparation for an exhibition that will be in MOSI, the Museum of Science & Industry, in Manchester from 27 July.
Visitors to the event will also be able to try their hands at screen-printing in workshops run by the visual arts group and have a go at card making and embroidery with market traders.
Entertainment will include performances by the Belle Vue Brass Band, Punch & Judy shows and a circus skills group. Food traders will also be offering tasting samples.
The event runs from 10am to 4pm on Saturday. The market will be open from 9am to 6pm.
Councillor Paul Andrews, Manchester City Council's Executive member for Neighbourhood Services, said: "The event will have something for all the family and will be a great way to celebrate the market's first birthday."
Marie Koudellas, Chair of Gorton Visual Arts, said "We are delighted to be sharing our skills with the local community. I'd recommend anyone to come and give screen-printing a try. You won't regret it. "
Places on the workshops are limited so to reserve your place please put your name down at the market office or call 0161 231 3522.