The Makers Market started in 2016 in the small town of Bentley, Alberta. Lyndsay Greenwood is the woman behind the Makers Market - a truly talented entrepreneur and photographer. She carefully curates a collection of vendors from all across Alberta who offer some of the most unique handmade items.
What I believe makes the Makers Market truly unique is how it strives to create a space of equality in the handmade community by listening, unlearning, and uplifting others. The Market also supports high quality artisans who are standing up for social change, human rights and justice for all in their community. As a way to support our community, the Market donates a portion of revenue back into the community with the goal of making the Earth a better place.
I am very excited to share that I am participating in the 2020 Virtual Makers Market. You will be able to shop my handcrafted ceramic mugs, cups, tripod dishes, dog dishes, and pipes in a variety of glaze options. The market opens online on November 13 and runs until November 22. I am excited to be part of a collective community of artists to bring you unique handcrafted goods during this market.
When: November 13 - 22, 2020
Fun facts about the Makers Market:
Only Canadians can shop the market
There are 48 Canadian artists and makers participating in the market
$6988 has been donated to local charities by hosting the market
This market is a perfect way for you to get some amazing handcrafted goods and gifts for yourself and loved ones for the holiday season, as well as supporting your community. Make sure to check out the market where you can shop a variety of vendors from all over Canada while enjoying the comforts of home.
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