What's on at Our Sunday Market November 3rd 2019

Well, November is here and we’re starting to think Christmas! Now is a good time to come and browse all our wonderful local arts and crafts stalls for a present that is not only unique but supports our Tassie makers. We have plenty of talented makers popping in each Sunday between now and our big Christmas Market on 15th December.

New stall, Rosemary’s Christmas Crafts also has some great ways to ‘wrap’ that special gift with Christmas boxes, chocolate sleeves, calendars, bonbons and more.

Kids Creative is also thinking Christmas – bring the kids down to make and decorate Christmas baubles and design and hand dye tea towels, giving you the chance to shop at other stalls while the little ones are busy. This stall is run by kids for kids (with some adult help, of course!) and should be great fun!

Pat’s Tasty Treats are taking orders for Christmas puddings and cakes – order early so you won’t miss out.

And don’t forget Cultured Tasmania are now selling fresh sourdough bread!

Our stallholders this week are –

Food & Drink:

  • Cultured Tasmania - So many flavours of kombucha and kefir

  • Dev's Dumpling Den - Nepalese dumplings and noodles made fresh with your choice of delicious sauces

  • Traditional French Street Crepes – sweet and savoury crepes, freshly made to order

  • Sayasouk Thai Food – delicious Thai food – try the honey chicken!

  • Bombshell Coffee - great coffee to start the day, just look for the little red van!

  • Pat’s Tasty Treats – Yummy cakes and pastries, farm fresh eggs

  • The Royal Food of India - delicious vegetarian Indian cuisine

  • Char Char Char – bacon and egg rolls, delicious char grilled chicken popped into a soft taco with spicy sauces of your choice! Add yummy beans or have beans alone for a vegetarian option.

Arts & Crafts:

  • MJ Arts – beaded and pearl necklaces, bracelets, earrings all crafted by Margaret’s skilled hand

  • The Little Candle House - Lovely scented candles

  • Just Beanies - great selection for the cooler weather, check out her ‘pony tail’ beanie!

  • Marilyn The Leather Lady - Beautiful handmade leather items

  • The Rusty Lady – Gail cleverly uses vintage, rusty objects to make unique paper cards and wall hangings

  • Boofa’s Wooden Toys – handmade wooden toys that the kids can try before they buy!

  • Rex Evans Woodcraft - beautiful handcrafted Huon Pine timber products

  • Rosemary’s Christmas Crafts – Christmas boxes, chocolate sleeves, calendars, bon bons and more

Health & Lifestyle:

  • Micheline Andrews - Nutritional Health Coach, author, educator and bone broth advocate + great environmentally friendly cleaning products for your home. Come try her new Take a Broth chewable strips and Broth Doggy Treats, too!

For The Kids:

  • Big Blue Block & Duplo Tables - Keep the children occupied and happy by using their imagination to create and explore

  • Kids Creative - make and decorate Christmas baubles and design and hand dye tea towels

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Providore Place is a meeting place; where the city connects with the farms and people can come to enjoy the best that Tasmania’s NW Coast has to offer.                                                  



13-17 Oldaker Street

Devonport TAS 7310

For information regarding markets please email market@devonport.tas.gov.au or phone the Visitor Centre (paranaple arts centre) on 03 6420 2900

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