Artists Kim Reid & Tyler Hayes use nature as their inspiration and all of their work is based around Mother Nature. Through the use of silver and gold in a non-traditional way, they are attempting to awaken an energy that

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Liz Calvin has always been interested in the arts, and found her particular passion for mosaic art in 1985 while travelling through Europe.  For the two years that followed, she focused on learning the time-honored craft/trade of mosaic art in Italy.  Since

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High above Victoria is where Bill creates his magic…….. taking abandonded wood and steel parts to create trees, animals and other fantasies. Using micro parts to weld amazing motorcycle replicas and steampunk items. https://www.facebook.com/lemonaidart/

Handcrafted chocolates, turtles, caramels and cream filled selections, baked goods from age old family recipes made using quality ingredients, and a delightful selection of jams, chutneys and sauces made from home grown fruits and berries. Reward your senses and stop

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Janet McDonald works in acrylic and oils depending on her subject matter and objectives. She loves the buttery feel and blend-ability of oils and the brilliance of the acrylic colours and their quick-dry nature. Colour, light and texture are all

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This sister duo hand makes all their products on their farm in Cedar. A wonderful array of soaps, soy candles, bath truffles, face & body scrubs, lip balms and so much more!

Check out these delightful bowls at booth #60. So many uses, sizes and fabrics to choose from!

Bowties for all ages! Traditional, edgy, novelty and superhero bowties, Charmaine sews them all. Commissioned sets for weddings and special family or corporate events are welcome. https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/sewfairycute

Barb is back with her lovely selection of table linens, and just in time for your big family dinner!  Stop by for a chat at booth #27, you’ll be glad you did!

Shrubs are a combination of fruit, vinegar, spicing and sugar. They originated in colonial times when freezing fruit to preserve it was not even a thought. With the advent of modern technology their need was allayed and they fell back

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