We're excited that our Premium Stallholders, Neko Ngeru, have finally secured some great premises right on Jackson Street, in the heart of Petone.
Who is behind Little Dog Barking – Theatre Company?
Peter Wilson, Director, established Little Dog Barking in 2010. Peter’s vision for the company is to create innovative and original theatre productions for Early Childhood and Lower Primary School audiences.
Little Dog Barking creates the thrill and magic of live theatre in their centre or school, and brings to children the stories of their world, told and presented in simple and imaginative ways. Little Dog Barking regularly hosts school holiday performances in the Hutt Valley, Kapiti and Paekakariki.
As well as raffle donations from our lovely stallholders, we have also received contributions from generous people outside the Petone Winter Markets stallholder community. We're thrilled to introduce our first contributor, the fabulous Jo!
Tell us a bit about yourself, please, Jo!
My name is Jo and for the last 17yrs I have been a writer/author. I
think I was always a writer…I write to think…always jotting down
notes, making lists, journaling. My job in any organisation was writing
the newsletters, reports, articles. But 17yrs ago I got serious. I
tried my hand in multiple genres, short stories, poems, reflections,
children’s stories, stories for radio, entering competitions. During
that time, I had short stories, reflections, poems published, a story
included in an anthology and had a children’s book called Talking to
Nanny published through Learning Media."
We're talking about needle-felting with Jann from Jinglebugs and Makeit. You can catch her at the August and September Petone Winter Markets.
Today, we’re talking to Nikki – you can find her stall, Shop Nikkis, at the July and August Petone Winter Markets.
Nikki does hand-made crochet- not your usual blankets and booties, though. She’ll take on pretty much anything from science fiction and fantasy.
What is crochet?
Today, we’re speaking with Ngaire from Burnt Offerings, based in the Wairarapa (NZ). Ngaire creates unique, practical art pieces for everyday living by etching glass, mirror, stone, granite, tiles and burning onto wood.