Established by a colorful assortment of various vendors.
Market is open to guest vendors who may be here tonight or gone the next time as life on the road various show to show.
The curious shopper can find a variety of mundane and unique wares.
Meet the Vendors!
Name: Brock Heron
Selling: bootleg DVDs (the best selling american movies, some of them still in theatrical release. Quality varies wildly)
Note: change flag to New Zealand
Name: Cara Rico
Selling: Craft supplies (generally second hand, think yarn only labeled with composition, weight, and yardage, fabric ends, half-filled ink, an assortment of used expensive supplies that being second-hand might make accessible to less well-off artists)
Name: Jay MacDougal
Selling: Replica Weapons (mostly. Think Museum Replicas, then downgrade that a notch. The special items are all high-quality but presented as antiques or collectables
Note: is Maori native
Selling: modern Maori artifacts (the seller is Maori, and seems to be doing a good business selling Maori wares to tourists - possibly on behalf of other Maori artisans).
Name: Rainbow Clark
Note they/them pronouns
Selling: okay musical instruments (mostly used good-quality western instruments, but their booth is next to Tipene’s and some of the instruments appear to be Maori in origin
Name: Sandy Marshall
Selling: Kitchen wares (think heavy, sturdy pieces like you might find at an estate sale - the next generation didn’t want it? The next generation is foolish).
Name: Markus Powell
Selling: used books and art (an assortment of used and antique books on lightweight shelves, a few sculptures and statues on the table. A few open wall spaces have classic “READ” library posters with your favorite celebrities for sale.
name: Avery Wind
Selling: Random Antiques (is it old and not listed above? It’s here. Everything is in working order - the prize of the collection is a working jukebox that still plays records (records are in another milk crate). Neon signs? Yes! Antique toys and dolls? Yes!
Name: Amiria Taumata
Bringing cats to find homes.
Name: Vidal St. Croix
Selling: Hand blown glass items ranging from lamps, candles, vases, other art style pieces. Custom jewelry with glass center pieces ranging from decorative costume attire for a night on the town to items with occult themes. Custom work done while you shop the market.