THE Opotiki i-SITE is holding a sale on Tuesday, showing off a variety of new summer and Opotiki-sourced items.
With a wide selection of these new items already set up and available, i-SITE manager Joseph Hayes said there was still more to come.
“They’re really cool products,” he said.
Mr Hayes showed off a variety of goods made in Opotiki, which included honey, beeswax, chocolates, macramé hanging pots and more.
“I think it’s amazing how much stuff we managed to source locally,” said events and senior i-SITE officer Jakob Carter.
“There’s something for everyone.”
The site also has a range of summer gear, ranging from a multitool-like folding barbequing set, sunglasses and clothing items.
From 6pm to 8pm next Tuesday, Mr Hayes said all of these items would be discounted for the one-off sale, as well as activity tickets and a grazing table for attendees.
Mr Hayes said with Christmas also coming up, any purchase could be gift wrapped and come with a card for an extra $2.50.
He said additional information would be posted to the Opotiki District Council Facebook page closer to the date.