LinC Rourou Event: Oct 1, 11am - 3pm

The Curve Collective: Plus Size Market

The Plus Size Market is a Saturday market focused on celebrating all things plus size! We will have a variety of stallholders selling plus size clothing up to a size 30+

There will also be a selection of plus size stallholders selling a range of other goods from jewellery to plants and art so there will be something for everyone!

This year we’re also excited to be partnering with Thrive Wellbeing to deliver a number of Joyful Movement sessions!

Our kaupapa is to make secondhand plus size clothes more accessible and to have an event that celebrates plus size fashion. We want to create a space where people feel beautiful, celebrated, and catered for; no matter their shape or size.

We are asking for a GOLD COIN DONATION on entry to contribute to the running of the event.

Join us at the Aldersgate Centre, 309 Durham Street North, Christchurch on Saturday 1st October!


The Plus Size Market is part of the LinC Rourou series which aims to amplify marginalised voices for advocacy and to provoke system change.


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About LinC Rourou

Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi – With your food basket and my food basket the people will be fed.

The LinC Project (Leaders in Community) has been working towards its vision of seeing ‘thriving leaders active in flourishing communities’ of Ōtautahi and surrounds since 2014. Responding to the current needs of community leaders, LinC Rourou is an initiative which evolved from LinC Activator (public speaker series) and LinC Cultivator (peer-to-peer leadership programme).

LinC Rourou hosts spaces to listen to contemporary voices, to collaborate with others, and to address gnarly issues.

The series explores ways to amplifying marginalised voices for advocacy and to provoke system change by:

  • hosting spaces to listen to contemporary issues and voices
  • modelling inclusion of diversity
  • collaborating with others to address gnarly issues
  • empowering community leaders to use their strengths to design and host initiatives open to all