40 days ago

Te Horo Country Market

Jan from Paraparaumu Beach

Woop Woop - It’s Tomorrow – Yaaaaay!!
Make it a "Girls' Day Out" or a family day out - come along and enjoy the day! Te Horo Country Market - Live Music (Black Eyed Susie), Food (Cheeses, Cured Meats, Artisan Breads, Avos, Sauces, Jams and Chutneys, Olive Oils, Baking and more), Gourmet Dessert Truck (with amazing caramel apples), Coffee Cart, Popup Cafe, Crafts (Ceramics, Tiles, Quilts, Clothes, Knits and more). Come and join us for a real country market day. Tomorrow, Sunday 7th June, 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM – there’s plenty of parking and it’s a great weather forecast!
Te Horo Community Hall, 54 School Road, Te Horo.

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