Maungaturoto Centennial Hall, 44 View St, Maungaturoto
3.30 - 6.30pm
First Friday of every month
Information on stalls:
Phone: Terri on 4318 599 or
OVER 40 STALLS!
Come and join us on the 1st Friday of every month at the Maungaturoto Markets from 3.30 -6.30pm at 44 View St, Maungaturoto Centennial Community Hall.
There is something for everyone, fresh locally grown produce, arts & crafts and so much more.
Bring the family for an evening full of fun.
Perfect stopover if you are travelling up north or down south. Pick up your supplies for the weekend!
a sausage sizzle
delicious afternoon tea
Maungaturoto Market, held at the Centennial Hall on the first Friday of every month has been running several years now.
“It’s fantastic,” says organiser Terri Donaldson. “I took a survey last week and the stallholders are happy, the customers are over the moon with the products available.
“The produce is fresh and affordable and we really have a great selection. People also like the Friday evenings, which means that we are not clashing with other markets and means we can all support each other in the area.
“Having the market inside the hall is a real advantage as it can go ahead in any weather. We also work really hard to serve the stallholders and the good mood flows on to customers.”
Maungaturoto Markets one year on — fun, fresh and affordable; rain, hail or shine
The market is organised by a sub committee of the Maungaturoto Resident’s Association and averages about 35 stall holders each month.
Terri says the market is continually growing and evolving and new stallholders and products are always welcome. “I organise the market alongside Jodi Hawken , with plenty of support from the rest of the Resident’s Association, our families and other people in the community. It’s a real community based endeavour, there is no one person in charge — it’s a good collective group and we all work together and help each other out.”
Maungaturoto Markets offers including fresh locally grown produce, arts and crafts, quality second-hand goods and antiques, seafood, olive oil, clothing, cosmetics and plants.