Shuk FAQ

If you are interested in having a stall at the LIMMUD NZ Shuk then please read the FAQ’s below. If you would like any further information then please contact us.

After reading the following information, if you would like a stall, please contact Olga Bernstein and let her know what type of merchandise you would like to sell.

The shuk will run from 9am to 2 pm on Sunday 23 August. Set up will be from 8am and clean up is from 4pm. Stallholders will be responsible for setting up and clearing up their stalls

The shuk is part of Limmud and is intended to promote Jewish culture and creativity. As such, at least some of your products need to have a ‘Jewish theme’ e.g. mezuzah covers, cards for Jewish occasions etc.

If you want to sell food, it must be made under supervision of an approved mashgiach.

The cost of this will be $25, which covers the table hire and table coverings.

Each stallholder will be given a table. This will be covered with white paper and the front of the stall will be decorated by the market organisers.

You need to provide: The merchandise, any signage for your product, all displays.

You are responsible for ensuring that the stall is manned at all times.

Note: If you have difficulty manning it for the whole day, please speak to Olga Bernstein or Suzanne Szusterman, as there are a few volunteers who can assist.

Yes. One of the principles of LIMMUD NZ, like other Limmuds worldwide, is that we are all participants and all volunteers. Many people give considerable amounts of time to LIMMUD (whether presenting, organizing, cooking, cleaning up etc etc), and we all pay to attend. LIMMUD NZ, like other Limmud conferences worldwide, is volunteer-run and volunteer-driven. Special arrangements can be made for people who cannot afford to attend.

If you have questions about the market, please contact Olga Bernstein.

Great! Simply click on the button below to email Olga and she’ll be in touch soon. We look forward to seeing you at the Shuk.

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