H58 Market started four years ago with just one stall in a Trinity Park resident’s yard, and now, in 2021, the market of solely SA-based food and crafts vendors will have more than 40 stalls.
“It’s all about small business, quality product, and handmade items,” event co-host Rachael Von Einem says.
The Koster Park event will have a focus on crafts and gift businesses, and there will also yoga on the lawn, live music, and food and drinks available. H58––which is named after the address that hosted the original market––will have companies such as Boost, Es Ceramics, Nord Haus, and Thirteen Sisters, the market’s original stall.
In terms of small gifts and crafts, there will be candles, jewellery, printed pillows, whisks, SA-made seasonings, recycled metal sculptures, wall art, clothing, pottery, and so much more.
If you get hungry from all of your shopping, there will meals and beverages on offer, such as smoothies, wood oven pizza, donuts, churros, fresh loaves of bread, and coffee. Guests are invited to bring their picnic blankets and spread out for a lovely Sunday afternoon.
The April 11 event is hosted by Jane Porter from Sparkling Red Events and Von Einem, whose home housed the original H58.
“During COVID, we all realised we needed to prioritise SA-based businesses and put money back into the community,” Von Einem says.
“Small businesses have struggled this last year, so it’s time to get behind and promote them.”
The H58 Market will take place on April 11. In the coming year, they will also host an October event at the Old Adelaide Gaol and another Koster Park market in November.
Find H58 Market at Koster Park, Trinity Gardens.