Don’t forget to bring your prize grown tomatoes (or singular tomato) down to the village market this Sunday 28th for the infamous Puhoi Annual Tomato Competition (of course we never know quite what the judging criteria are, and they’re probably at the whim of randomly the nominated judge – but that makes it more fun)!
With the world facing uncertain times, and coupled with the potential
health implications of the COVID-19 virus, the Puhoi Village Market
Committee have been reflecting on its impact to our market on Sunday 29
Currently New Zealand has a low number of known cases and
as yet we still do not have community spread. However, we are not
comfortable that we should carry the associated risk factors.
As such our Committee have decided that we should cancel the March Market.
Remember this is only a temporary situation and we will emerge out the other side. Meanwhile stay well and look after yourselves, families, friends and neighbours.
Join us at this month’s market. Relaxed, quirky, family friendly, easy parking. Music by Puhoi locals, Natalie Northover Winter and Rock ‘n Horse
New food truck this month. Brody and Josh are both professional chefs
with over 20 years’ experience in an array of cuisines and decided to
launch their sustainable burger concept earlier this year. Creating
tasty beef and vegan burgers with the best local produce available. Car boot spots available, book now. Many treasures to be found.
Puhoi Village Market, Sunday 30 June, 9.30am – 1pm
Live music, delicious food, fresh produce, plants, art and crafts for home and garden.
A relaxed, quirky market, safe kids’ playground, family friendly.
Car boot spaces available, (weather dependent).
This month’s May market is dedicated to our annual celebration of
Puhoi’s ethnic and national diversity. Around 11am the Puhoi Bohemian
Children’s Choir will perform some folk songs and the Puhoi Bohemian
Dance Group will show some traditional dances.
We also encourage you to wear something to symbolize your own ethnicity.
Good music with Jan Elliot, tasty food, treats for your home and garden.
This is a relaxed market, with a safe kids play area, free parking, and
Located in the heart of Historic Puhoi Village this quirky and relaxed market is a friendly affair, a place to support our local community, socialize, and listen to live music.
This month, (Sunday 31 March, 9am – 1pm) we have Five ‘n’ Dime, a North Shore based Acoustic Rock duo performing a variety of different Classic Rock in their own fun and relaxed style. And supporting artist is Sharon Burt, a young talented singer songwriter.
It is our Autumn Harvest Market this month, combined with a Car Boot Fair so treasures and bargains to be found. New stall holders and car boot bookings welcome, contact email@example.com
This is a great venue with a safe play area for the kids and free parking.