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Titirangi Village Market - last Sunday each month

Titirangi Village Market - last Sunday each month
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The Titirangi Village Market is an integral part of the heart and soul of Titirangi culture. Come along on Sunday and experience what makes it so special.

  • Over 130 stalls of arts, crafts, produce and information
  • Live music from some of Auckland's best folk musicians
  • Cafe and organic coffee
  • Indoor and outdoor
  • Rain or shine
  • Sign posted from the Village

The last Sunday each month except December (the second Sunday).

All proceeds to the Titirangi Rudolf Steiner School. Enquiries phone (09) 817 3467.

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