Located in the heart of Historic Puhoi Village. Come & savour fresh local produce and crafts in a relaxed and friendly setting. While you sit and listen to the live music and enjoy the laid back Puhoi atmosphere, the kids can burn off some energy in the safe play area alongside.
We have a great variety of stalls ranging from our vibrant community stall, which offers local seasonal produce, to fresh roasted coffee, freshly baked bread, eggs, local honey, olive oil, boutique sausages, hand made soaps, delicious food to eat at the Market or to take home, organic seedlings, native plants, beautiful art and crafts and much more.
Why not make a day of it after visiting the market and head to the Puhoi Pub, Art of Cheese Cafe or Puhoi Cottage Tearooms for lunch.
Or maybe hire a canoe from Puhoi River Canoes and explore the Puhoi River down to Wenderholm Regional Park.
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The Puhoi Crafty group now meet every other week at the Puhoi Cheese Factory Cafe at 10.30. Mark your calendar and if you feel like checking us out, we would love to have you join us. Be warned, we talk as much as we craft.
Come down to the club and join us. We will be serving food and the bar will be open. Why not take the night off from cooking?
The Puhoi Celtic Sessions (PCS) meets to play Celtic, mostly Scottish and Irish, folk music for enjoyment. Our meetings are not performances – just a circle of folk-music loving players and singers. Some people attend just for the pleasure of listening.
We started the group in February 2016.
The PCS meets every fortnight at the Orewa North Primary School, on Thursdays from 7.15pm (tune up, 7:30 start) till about 10.15pm. We have about 30 musicians in our group with some 20 or so turning up, on average, each session. There are accordionists, fiddlers, harpists, guitarists, bassists, mandolin players, flautists, pipers, concertina players, and whistle players in the group. To help folks learn the material, we run a ‘dropbox’ that contains the parts and sound files for all the pieces we do. Each piece is arranged in six separate parts and, those who like to play from the scores can do so – the sound files in the dropbox (aiffs) help those who prefer to play ‘by ear’. Our repertoire is about 50/50 songs to tunes.
We encourage all people with a love of this music to join with us. If you do come along, you’ll receive a warm welcome. You can request to join our mailing list and get access to our dropbox by sending a private message with you email address Don’t hesitate to ask if you want more information.