The Hahndorf Institute will be full of handmade crafts and produce this Easter Sunday, March 27 from 11.30am to 5pm as it opens its doors once again for the much loved Hahndorf POP Market.
The market will feature a range of stall holders selling local produce, homemade treats, paper craft, cards, illustrated artwork and other hand crafted items.
For the Easter Sunday POP Market, they are anticipating crowds of approx. 2000, with families, locals and tourists travelling from all over the world. Reflecting on the market’s crowd numbers from recent markets held this year, they are hoping to achieve this number of customers yet again, to create an energetic atmosphere for shoppers.
POP Market Manager, Kate Brand is looking forward to the day and said it is a great way to get out and support creators and producers for what they love doing for others.
“The Hahndorf POP Market is quite different and unique to other markets in the local area, we are located inside a historic building, and our stall holders make their own products and produce,” she said.
“It’s always nice to see our customers purchase a hand crafted item. We have seen wooden racing cars and roses, hand sewn children’s clothing, lupin heat bags, soaps, candles, sterling silver and dichroitic jewellery, and quirky animal illustrations. Our regular beekeeper sells honey products and we also have sweet slices, cupcakes and preserves.”
If you love to make and create and are interested in having a stall at the POP market contact Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0458 260 605 for more information.
- as seen in the Herald Weekender, 17 March 2016