Pop-up market coming to Erin Mills Town Centre in Mississauga
If you're looking for something unique to do this weekend, you might be happy to hear that you can purchase some artisanal products and enjoy a water lantern event at Erin Mills Town Centre in Mississauga.
The mall, which recently opened a mini-putt in the centre court, is celebrating International Women's Day with a few weekend events.
From Friday, March 6 to Sunday, March 8, shoppers can shop at a pop-up market, participate in a lantern dedication and receive a portrait.
The artisan market, which will run from March 7-8, will boast handmade products produced by local, women-owned businesses. It will be open daily during regular shopping hours and will take shape on the upper level of the mall, near the centre court.
According to the mall's Facebook page, vendors will include Amal’s Apothecary, Bodacious BATH BOMBS, Expressions by Lavindi, FancEy Chocolate’s, Kalm Balm, Kisses From Heaven, MaXi Delirium Boutique, Meringue Patisserie (Saturday), and Madrock Design Woodworking (Sunday).
Shoppers who visit the mall over the weekend (March 6-8) can also personalize and dedicate a water lantern to someone and set it afloat in the centre court fountain. The mall says lanterns are free with a $5 donation towards Interim Place, a Mississauga-based organization that provides shelter, support and counseling services for women and children fleeing abuse.
On March 8, shoppers can also get a free personalized portrait done by donating $5 to Interim Place.
Will you be checking out the artisanal market this weekend?
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