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A great market atmosphere where people can relax in our new outdoors area and have your lunch with friends and family while listening to music from some local artist.
The Market has a wide variety of goods, from fresh fruits and vegetables to second hand goods, furniture, clothing, art, plants and trees, food and beverages you name it - the market will have it.
The Riccarton Rotary Sunday Market is the biggest market of its kind in New Zealand - and is a great place to be a stallholder. A great place to do business. Join the 300 odd other stallholders and reap the benefit of having upwards of 10,000 people as potential clients.
THE RICCARTON ROTARY STORY
Beginning in 1989 as a car boot sale, Riccarton Rotary Market now is the largest outdoor market in New Zealand and a major tourist attraction.
It has also enabled the Rotary Club of Riccarton to put in over $2,000,000 back into the community and, equally importantly, it makes an immense contribution to the commercial and business life of Christchurch
Riccarton is an active Rotary club with over 80 members and meets regularly throughout the year on Monday lunchtimes. We are affiliated to Rotary International and we support a lot of Rotary International initiatives throughout the region.
Service Before Self
STALL HOLDER WEB PAGES
300 + Stalls
On stage Sunday 30th August is Richard Hore
Richard has been heavily involved in the music industry all of his life. The highlight of his playing career to date was an appearance by invitation at the 34th Annual Convention of the American Theatre Organ Society where he played a full length concert at the organ of Detroit's Redford Theatre. Richard has recorded 11 solo organ albums and 2 digital piano CDs. Richard has travelled extensively within and beyond New Zealand and performed in concert on electronic and theatre pipe organs. Richard has been recognised by the Royal NZ Foundation of the Blind with the NZ Post Blind Achiever's Award for his efforts as a small time composer. In the 2010 New Year's Honours List Richard was awarded the Queen's Service Medal for services to music in New Zealand