LOCAL: Little Bone Broth Co is featuring at pop-up events at Westfield Kotara.
SOME of the Hunter’s bestcreative makers and specialistproducerswill feature atWestfield Kotara’s Rooftop venue in the coming weeks.
On September 24a pop-up market,Providore J’adore,will give localartists, artisans and creators a chance to sell their authentic, locally designedand beautifully made wareson The Rooftop.
There will be handmade and unique jewellery from The Strutt Sisters, CherryCherry Boom and Jackie Smallcombe Jewellery, bespoke fashion and leather goodsfrom Vous Clothing, Hide and Seeker and I & Mine, and homewares andgifts from makers such as Colour Clouds by Leah, Pottery Ali, Where Things HappenStudio, Concrete Crush and Ritual Object.
Hunter-based businessesImbibe Water Kefir and Little Bone Broth Co will be offering samplesand you will be able to enjoya live art installation by Bridie Watts as well as a bespoke macrame demonstration by the talented MimConcepts.
At the second event, Hunter Harveston October 22, food and wine producers will begiving Westfield customers ataste of what’s on offer this spring in the Hunter Valley.
Twentyof the Hunter’s premium wineries will feature at Hunter Harvest. Some of the names already lockedin includeMargan Wines, Brokenwood,Keith Tulloch Wines, Meerea Park, Tulloch, Drayton’s Family Wines, Hungerford Hilland Pepper Tree Wines.
Many of the wineries, local food producers and chefs from the Hunter Valley will beoffering seasonal tastings and samples as well as foodandwinematching workshops and live cookingdemonstrations.
Westfield Kotara marketing manager Lillias Foster says she is passionate about using TheRooftop to host events that celebrate all the Hunter has to offer.
“We have much to be proud of when it comes to creativity and produce in the Hunterand it is wonderful to have the space to hold bespoke events such as ProvidoreJ’adore and Hunter Harvest at Westfield.
“It is great to be able tobring that relaxed market-vibe to The Rooftop, giving customers the opportunity toshop, relax, eat and chat to local producers and creatives all in the one place.”
More details to come in the Herald.