Artisan Market Coming to Mississauga This Weekend
If you love handmade items, shopping, and supporting local businesses, you'll be pleased to know that an artisan market is coming to Mississauga this Saturday.
Craftadian returns to the First United Church on Saturday, April 29th from 10 a.m. til 5 p.m with more than 40 jury-selected artisans, or Makers, from across the GTA showcasing their handmade crafts.
Founded in 2011, Craftadian has expanded gradually across Southern Ontario, evolving into the handmade presence it is today, continuously championing the independent-Canadian craft movement. The Craftadian jury selects up-and-coming and well-known Makers, aiming to create vibrant and lively marketplaces, while spotlighting the work of today’s best and brightest local talents.
With a diverse roster of local makers, attendees will have the opportunity to browse through an exceptional array of jewellery, stationery, gourmet food, toys, apparel, art, home decor, apothecary and so much more.
Admission runs for $3, and it's free for children under the age of 16.
Be sure to line up early for the chance to be one of the first 50 families in line to get a free swag bag filled with handmade goodies!First United Church151 Lakeshore Road WestMississauga, OntarioSaturday, April 29, 2017 - 10:00am - 5:00pm
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