What's on at our Sunday Market - 6th May 2018


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This week we are really excited to have over 40 stalls, offering an array of gift ideas in all price ranges. If you are not yet organised for Mothers Day, our wonderful stallholders definitely have you covered!

To keep the children occupied and happy we will have the Big Blue Block and Duplo Tables available.

We would like to welcome new stallholders to this week's market:

  • Simply Woven – selling kokedamas

  • SoyAlchemi – homemade pillar candles

  • Jinxed Craft & Design – selling succulents and handmade bead jewellery

  • Grace & Mae Kids - kids non-toxic themed crayons

  • Busy Fingers – crocheted baby blankets, tea towels, hand towels and microwave dish covers

The remainder of the stalls coming to Providore Place this week can we be found in below categories:

Food & Drink:

  • Boochie Bliss – so many flavours of kombucha and healthy eats

  • Sushi Isle – sushi (made fresh on Sunday morning), dumplings, chicken katsu curry

  • Cam’s Bakehouse – bread, pies, pasties, yummy sweet treats

  • Indian Curry Devonport – authentic curries, dahl, samosas and gulab jamun – a sweet treat not to be missed!

  • Hot Shots Espresso – fabulous coffee and teas – use a mug from our ‘mug library’ while you wander the markets

  • Southern Wild Distillery – come try their award winning gins, especially the limited release strawberry gin, ready just in time for Mother’s Day

Fresh Food & Products:

  • Laos Farm

  • Old School Farm

  • Rocky Gardens Fine Foods – homemade traditional recipe jams, jellies, pickles, relish, chutneys and sauces (made with local produce without artificial colours, flavours or preservatives

  • Elgaar Farm – organic milk, cream, natural yoghurt, sour cream, mascarpone, quark and cheese cut fresh from the wheel

  • Fulton Creek Garlic – fresh and smoked

  • Cotterill Apiaries – three varieties of yummy local honey and honeycomb

  • Quincessential – quince paste, quince hazelnut chocolate bark, chocolate coated fruit pastes and fresh quinces whilst they’re in season too!

  • Mount Roland View Olive Oil – fresh and local

  • Mount Roland Free Range Eggs - free and local

  • Kindred Organics - Organic Quinoa, buckwheat, spelt, oats, linseed and barley

Arts & Crafts:

  • Druidrie Grove – fairy house luminaries, fairy garden accessories, crystal goddess jewellery, forest jewellery and a fantastic range of men’s shaving and beard pampering products!

  • I-Aroma – handmade scentlogs – natural wax melts, handmade scented stones – a natural alternative to pot pourri, cold/hot lupin bags, aromatherapy burners

  • Art by Reharn – handmade paper creations – origami flowers, home decorations and gifts

  • Knot Karen – hand knotted macramé wall hangings, planters & lanterns

  • Hamish Pike & Joanne Mitchelson – Hamish will have his own T-Shirt designs and CDs of his own compositions, Joanne will have her Tasmanian landscape paintings, prints and greeting cards

  • Bad Alice – local art of NW coast fish species, drawings, prints, ‘Bad Alice’ cards, small sculptures, handmade wooden items by Cliff Wardrope

  • Puddleducks – hand painted and polymer clay jewellery

  • Digital Diversity – Hypertufa planter pots

  • The Bronze Dragon & Melted with Love – handmade dragons, candles, melts, giant flowers, necklaces and terrariums

  • Beekeep – beeswax cloth

  • Buttonhouse - button art, flowers, jewellery, hair accessories, brooches, keyrings, cards

  • Driftwood Designs – handmade timber cheese boards, bread boards, tapas boards and candle holders

  • The Little Candle House – handmade candles and melts

  • Bagonia – handmade bags

  • Lyn Karlsson – handmade ladies’ clothing, crocheted blankets

  • Grays Patchwork – handmade patchwork tote bags, placemats & coasters

For The Kids:

For the Home:

  • Emlie Kokedamas – beautiful hand wrapped kokedamas

  • Vanelili Succulents – succulents, terrariums, fairy gardens, kokedamas

  • Succulents by Ros - succulents

  • Karen Casey Plants – lovely selection of plants for gifts for the garden

Health & Lifestyle:

We look forward to seeing you at Providore Place.

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