Come & do your holiday shopping at our Craft Fair.
All items handmade by kids from Victoria's Home Learning Community
Fernwood Community Centre
1240 Gladstone Ave, Victoria
Sunday, December 8, 2019 from 1pm-3pm
Click button to register your table; see below for further information for participants:
12noon -1pm: Vendor Setup Time Frame and Hangout Time!
1pm to 3pm: Everyone at your table - Open to the Public
3pm: Clean up/clear up your table and go home, happy and maybe with new treasures!
Kids can make whatever craft/homemade items they like & sell it! Bring on the knitters, woodworkers, card makers, and other talented 'makers'!
Make things that you enjoy creating and that other families can afford to buy!
This year we will have a Craft Fair/Makers Market that includes LOW RISK FOODS. Nicole Bichard will be our food market manager.
Please email Nicole directly if you'd like a list of the possible foods that can be sold. email@example.com
We’re back at last year's location! The Fernwood Community Centre which has a great community for handmade local things - we'll advertise on Facebook & through posters. Each participant will receive a poster to put on their favourite public billboard. You can help your kids make a bit of pocket money, as well as have lots of fun together!
The market will be open from 1-3 to the public, but setup and hangouts will start at Noon for vendors so come down then, setup and see what your friends have made this year! We will need to all help clear out on time, as we need the gym empty by 3:30pm
Celebrate Kids. Celebrate Craft. Celebrate Community.
VHLN‘s Biz Kids Maker Market launched in 2010 with the mission to give kids in the home learning community an opportunity to creatively learn about business and to provide an exciting local shopping experience for other home learners and their families. The first market was such a huge success, we eventually expanded to welcome the greater community.
Our goal is to share the passion and joy of our talented makers and to encourage everyone to shop local and support kids’ learning.