This coming Puhoi Village Market offers good music, delicious food, interesting stalls, kids’ corner, spinning demonstrations, yoga, free spinal checks and good company.
Pūhoi to Warkworth Motorway Project. The NX2 Stakeholder and Communications team will have a project stand with general information, recent project photos and can discuss work coming up in the Pūhoi area. A great opportunity to get those concerns aired and questions answered.
The car boot sale has proved popular again and looks to be the place to forage for treasures and bargains.
Support your local market. See you on Sunday, 29th April, between 9am – 1pm
Car boot Sale this month – Only a few spaces left so get in quick if you want to book a spot.
Our entertainer is David Four, a South African born recording artist who moved to New Zealand in 2015 bringing his musical roots with him.
Our buskers are Five ‘n’ Dime, a North Shore based Acoustic Rock duo performing a variety of different Classic Rock in their own fun and relaxed style.
Kids Corner again offer some free activities for kids. This month, autumn window and small twig decorations.
Lily will be there with her giant bubbles and Sim busking on his violin. They are fundraising for the annual snow camp.
A couple of new stalls this market.
Earthspot, run by Puhoi locals, Katy and Nathan is best described as a mobile cafe and offers a delicious brunch style menu.
Babickas Table is Waiheke Island based artisan sausage producer that supplies various shops around North Island with handcrafted gourmet sausages.
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So pencil in the date – Puhoi Village Market, 29 April, 9am – 1pm
Family fun, great music, dog minding and pet portraits, yoga and lots more.
Music this month is provided by local group the Dirt Road Orchestra and new Puhoi resident, singer song-writer Natalie Northover Winter.
This month’s fund raiser stall will be with the Ahuroa Primary School, tempting us with delicious baked goods and a sausage sizzle.
We are offering 3 free workshops.
10am – 10.25am: Worm Farm Talk by Phillippa Beagley. How to set up and maintain a worm farm compost system. All participants receive a $40 discount towards a new worm farm, bokashi or compost bin.
10.30am – 11am: “Give Yoga a go” with Shelley Charlton. Outdoor Yoga consisting of stretches, standing & balance poses. No mat or experience required. Shelley is a highly qualified instructor and has introduced many absolute beginners to yoga. See www.freeyogaonthebeach.com.
11am – 11.25am Bokashi Composting Talk by Phillippa. How to set up and maintain a Bokashi compost system. All participants receive a $40 discount towards a new worm farm, bokashi or compost bin.
For the kids we have a spot where they can decorate a Sand Saucer for free, materials provided.
We also want to display any funny shaped fruit or vegetable that you have grown so bring it along. Open to any age. A fun competition.
The Sports Club are again putting on breakfast and snacks, upstairs in their rooms.
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 is a great venue with a play area for the kids and free parking. Watch this space for updates. Looking forward to seeing you all there.
Any inquiries to Puhoi Village Market Team 0274 27 0440,
Visit the Puhoi Village Market on Sunday 25 February at the Sports Club grounds, 9am – 1pm. It is our 10th birthday so we are wanting to celebrate this milestone, and party it up.
Lots of family entertainment, great music, bouncy castle, water slide, spot prizes, the famous Tomato Competition, dog photography, yoga, cutting the birthday cake and acknowledgements to those wonderful people who have supported the Puhoi Village Market over the past 10 years.
Music this month is provided by Auckland duo Didelli, local group the Dirt Road Orchestra and a family friendly drum circle.
Local community groups like our own Puhoi Volunteer Fire Force, Foodbank NZ, Dog Rescue, Community Police Patrol and Warkworth Theatre Group will be there to let you know how you can join or support them.
The Market Committee will give a donation to three groups that are helping and / or bringing pleasure to lots of people within our community.
Colourful stalls offer local and seasonal produce, organic fruit and veges, delicious healthy food and coffee and party food like candy floss and ice cream. Other stalls are selling plants, garden sculptures, outdoor furniture, jewelry, knitwear, colourful clothes, natural soaps, candles, body oils, art, and much more.
We have new stalls for you to check out this month such as Cloud 9 Kites which bring a colourful selection of kites and flying tools, Joydah’s organic popcorn made on the spot and Foodbank NZ who are selling donated goods to fund their important cause.
Tomato competition – bring your best home-grown tomato/s, the winning one will be judged by the most popular vote. Open to any age. A fun competition.
Located in the heart of Historic Puhoi Village this market is a relaxed and friendly affair, a place to support our local community, socialize, and listen to live music.
This is a great venue, with a play area for the kids and free parking.
Any inquiries to Puhoi Village Market Team 0274 27 0440,
Looking forward to seeing you all there.
We celebrate our 10th anniversary with exciting activities for young and old. Great live music with couple of bands playing, spot prices, fun activities for children (water slide, bouncy castle, etc.) and last but not least our yearly Tomato Competition!
Food stalls, fresh coffee, art & craft stalls, fresh local fruit and veges, eggs, honey, cheese, herbs and plant, clothes and much more. Don’t miss Daphne & Derryll’s divine ice cream.
This Market is offering a Car Boot Sale. We still have a couple of spaces available so if you are pondering about selling or rehoming all that stuff that is no longer useful to you, now is the time to contact us and book your spot.
We are also excited to introduce “Give Yoga a go” with Shelley Charlton at this Puhoi Village Market. It is Outdoor Yoga consisting of stretches, standing & balance poses, no mat or experience required. Shelley is a highly qualified instructor (as mentioned in NZ Women’s Weekly) and has introduced many absolute beginners to yoga. This class will be on the sports field 11-11:30am. No charge. For further information go to www.freeyogaonthebeach.com.
Helpers – Wanting to give back to our Community?
We need helpers to set up then pack down tables etc on our monthly Market days. One or 2 people wanted from 7.30 – 9am, then again from 1 – 2pm. We will pay a small token of $20 for the morning and $20 for the pack down stint. If you are interested / available (either as a one-off or a regular) we would be really grateful. Currently the committee are doing this as well as running stalls etc. so any help would be great.
As well as our usual local stallholders the January market also offers a Car Boot Sale and a Suitcase Sale. Perfect if you have a small amount of goods and stuff that you are wanting to sell or rehome.
Now is the time to secure your space for either the Car Boot Sale or the Suitcase sale.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and to book a spot.
The Puhoi Village Market on Sunday 26 November had a relaxing and cheerful Christmas vibe.
Browsing amongst the stalls, socialising with old and new friends, enjoying the coffee and sunshine and listening to the music of International recording artist David Four (https://www.davidfour.com/) made for a very pleasant morning at the market.
At the Kid’s Corner under the Christmas tree, the young ones drew pictures and posted letters to Santa in the especially made post box. These letters have now been sent on to Santa’s Workshop in the North Pole.
Amongst the usual popular food, beverages, plants, clothing, art and crafts stalls we found Errol from TIMBERCRAFT selling his lovely wooden signs and Bev offering her deluxe deck chairs with a difference. –(http://www.bevschairs.co.nz)
Now that summer is upon us, a mention must be made about the delicious artisan ice cream made by Darryll and served in single portions in sealed containers. Flavours include Tahitian Vanilla Bean, Milk Chocolate, Salted Caramel, Mint Chocolate Chip and other intriguing taste treats. This locally made ice cream has been developed so as not to contain eggs, artificial colours or flavouring, but simply natural tasty ingredients, just the way ice cream should be.
The lucky stall holder of the day went to Judy, offering a number of beautifully written and illustrated children’s books.
The Puhoi Village Market committee would like to thank everyone for their support and wishing you all a safe and happy holiday break over Christmas and the New Year. For all offers of help in 2018 and enquiries please contact Dave on 0274 27 0440 or email email@example.com
The next Village Market will be held on Sunday 28 January 2018 and kicks off with a car boot sale and Suitcase Stalls, a mini scaled market with giant rewards.