Grey Lynn vibe happening this weekend

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Unfortunately the Grey Lynn Park Festival has been cancelled and there is no rain date. A huge disappointment for everyone involved. Luckily today and tomorrow there are two great markets happening rain or shine for visitors and locals with that special Grey Lynn atmosphere

Saturday – TODAY  17 November  (and every Saturday)

CHINAMAN’S HILL BAZAAR

9am – 4pm

Farmville Carpark, Corner of Surrey Cres and Great North Road in the heart of the Grey Lynn shops

Many of the Grey Lynn Park Festival stallholders are joining the Bazaar today to be part of this creative, inspiring market that identifies  with Grey Lynn’s Earthy, Edgy, Artistic, Bohemian self

Live Bands:

Atsushi and the Rocksteady Allstars  @12.30pm

I’M ENO Band and Earthtone Hifi @2.30pm

Check out more details on Facebook

Sunday – 18 November (and every Sunday)

GREY LYNN FARMERS’ MARKET

9AM – 12.30PM  Grey Lynn Community Centre

A local alternative to large supermarket chains.  Spray-free and organic produce. Local growers, farmers and fisherpeople from surrounded regions like Kaipara, Waikato and West Auckland. A community trading table, where backyard growers can sell their garden surplus.  The Market is committed to becoming a zero waste market, with no waste to landfill created at the market.  Zero Waste November continues this month with a composting workshop.

Events on at the market

Live music with Bernie Griffens and friends A foot-stamping round of ballads from the deep south

Storytime with Phineas Phrog @9.30 Come along to this popular kids show – story books, the once-upon-a-time song, special guests and more.

Composting workshop @ 10.30am   Create Your own Eden composting workshop by the Kaipatiki Project.  The free course which runs from 10.30am-12.30pm in the Oval Room of the Grey Lynn Farmers Market.  All participants to the course can receive a voucher to set up a composting system valued at $46 (one voucher per participating household).
There’s no sign-ups for this course so its first in-first served to attend this course.  It will cover three basic composting systems: traditional bins, worm farms and bokashi buckets.  Check out our website for more info.

The market on Facebook

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