According to organizers, this season’s show is back and bigger than ever, featuring thoughtfully made items from over 500 artisans from coast-to-coast.
Attendees can look forward to 175 new exhibitors selling just about everything from artisanal food, home décor, fashion, and art, to children’s clothing and toys, and more.
Packed into five days, the show is on from March 28 to April 1 at the Enercare Centre at Exhibition Place.
Some unique artisans to look out for at this year’s show include a 14-year-old artisan by the name of Alicia’s Pencils from Ancaster, 100 Years of Love, an aesthetically pleasing candle company from Toronto, and Catmamola, a ceramics artist from Hamilton.
In addition to shopping, look forward to DIY workshops, fashion shows, the One of a Kind Bar, where shoppers can sample the best in small-batch wine, beer and spirits, and new this year, Bonjour Québec, which will feature 12 indie makers from la belle province.
Returning for its second year is the One of a Kind Marketplace, which will feature some of the most exciting and creative entrepreneurs. In this section, over 40 talented emerging artisans will have the opportunity to exhibit their unique crafts within the bustling marketplace.
Visitors can also look forward to shopping from the different ‘neighbourhoods’ which includes a gourmet food paradise, a fashion zone, an open concept space featuring emerging Canadian talent, and a section filled with eco-friendly handmade goods.
When: March 28 to April 1
Where: Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, 100 Princes’ Blvd.
Tickets: Tickets start at $15 and are available online and at the door