SHOP LOCAL THIS WEEKEND AT THE CRAFT CULTURE MARKET
The Rotary Centre for the Arts will be playing host to the Craft Culture craft and artisan market this Sunday, September 18th. This event will run from 10am to 4pm and will have over 80 vendors in attendance, selling a variety of local handmade products.
This market is the perfect place to find unique handcrafted items. There will be vendor stalls inside and outside of the building, selling everything from jewelry and home decor to specialty food and candles. This is a great opportunity to shop local and support small businesses. The Crepe Bistro and Wicked Peach Food Truck and will be onsite, so grab lunch while you’re there and make a day out of it!
What sets Craft Culture apart from other markets? Craft Culture is a local business that prides itself on featuring the most talented artists and designers in BC. Customers can expect high quality shopping from established brands, up-and-comers and verified Etsy sellers. Each vendor is handpicked and must either make or design their products to be eligible to participate in the markets.
Admission to the market is by donation, with partial proceeds going to the Kelowna SPCA. To see the full vendor list and market map, please visit www.craftculture.ca .
In the upcoming months, customers can look forward to two exciting Holiday Markets. The first is coming up on November 12th -13th at the Rotary Centre for the Arts. The highly anticipated Propera Place market will return from December 2-4th.