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Auckland Anniversary Day Art And Craft Market

Auckland Anniversary Day Art And Craft Market


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For the tenth year in a row Mission Bays Selwyn Reserve will be inundated with Art and Crafts on Auckland’s Anniversary day 2006 Organiser Chris Sutton believes this will be the biggest event yet.

“Arts and Crafts people from as far away as Napier and Kaitaia will be attending this year’s event. We are expecting over 170 stalls.” “We have a wide variety of Art and Crafts, from original paintings, photography and garden art as well as pottery, giftware, clothing, jewelry, honey and much, much more.

You will be surprised what kinds of unique and interesting products are on offer at such reasonable prices.” Sutton continued. The Market is a great place to bring the family for a day out and a picnic. You can take in all the amazing stalls as well as a walk on the beach or a picnic next to the famous Mission Bay fountain.

The Auckland Anniversary Art and Craft Market will run from 10am -4pm on Monday 30th January 2006 – Selwyn Reserve, Mission Bay, Auckland. This is a once a year event and entry is free.

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