Queen’s Birthday weekend is the time when, for the past 17 years, you can visit the iconic Waihi Beach Art & Craft Fair.
“This year will be exciting after all the restrictions to be able to showcase all the amazing talented folks with more than 80 stalls all now fully booked,” says Colleen Low.
The demand for stalls at this fair is always high, but this year a huge number new stall holders have managed to get a place.
A great day out for the whole family where you will find: art, toiletries, herbal products, coats and beds etc for the pets, trendy kids’ wear, beautiful woodware, beautiful jewellery, stunning knitwear, hats and scarves just right for winter, soft toys, doll clothes, designer bears from the wee ones to bright and colourful, papercrafts, upcycled homewares, recipe books, pens and much more.
“The ladies will be back again bringing us a great on-site café,” says Colleen.
“It’s always so popular with their home goodies, hot food and great prices and is a great place to sit and catch up with friends, while taking a break from your shopping and exploring.
Mark your calendars, the place to be Sunday, June 5 is Waihi Beach Community Centre. Doors open 10am to 3.30pm.
This event is totally indoors so no need to worry if a wet day.
The entry fee is $4 and children under 15 can attend for free.
Eftpos machines are situated at the village and the RSA.
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