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November Markets in the Hunter Valley

November 6, 2019

Get intouch with the plethora of Spring markets in the Hunter Valley this November: 

 

Handmade in the Hunter Markets

November 2, 9, 16, 23 + 30

At Kevin Sobels Wines

Discover the variety and quality of goods grown, made and crafted by Hunter Valley artisans. Handmade in the Hunter Markets are held in the picturesque gardens of award-winning Kevin Sobels Wines in Pokolbin. The markets allow the authenticity of handmade produce and wares, and the talent of Hunter Valley artisans to shine.For more information visit: https://handmadehuntermarkets.com.au/

 

Broke Village Market

November 3

At McNamara Park 

 

Kurri Kurri Community Market

November 9 + 30 (Twilight Market)

At Rotary Park

 

The Sunday Muster Artisan Markets 

November 17

At Mortels Thorton 

The Sunday Muster is a roundup of creative people; artists, crafts persons, and designers, in a boutique artisan market held on the grounds at Mortels Sheepskin Factory in Thornton. For more information: https://www.mortels.com.au/pages/the-sunday-muster

 

The Olive Tree Twilight Market

November 23

At Maitland Regional Art Gallery 

As the leading dedicated contemporary art and design market in Newcastle, and The Hunter, The Olive Tree Market was perfectly placed to bring a program of carefully curated markets to the award winning regional gallery. Each event features a unique collective of Olive Tree Market makers, creators, and food stalls in the stunning grounds of Maitland Regional Art Gallery. For more information: http://www.theolivetreemarket.com.au/markets/maitland/

 

Hope Markets 

November 24

At Hope Estate 

 

 

 

 

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