Shop over 80 Independent brands, sit in on DIY workshops, enjoy food truck fare, music, and more at Fall for Local this weekend. Created by Kelly Turner, Fall for Local prides itself on not just being “another craft fair”. Focusing on small independent businesses, promoting a circle economy and connecting local with local is the goal of this two-day event.
Fall for Local
Where: The Pipe Shop Building, 115 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver
When: Saturday, September 9th & Sunday, September 10th 11:00am to 5:00pm
Tickets:Online $3, at the door $5 (cash only). Free for kids 12 & under
Fall For Local™ is community for established and emerging entrepreneurs interested in gaining brand exposure, sharing knowledge and collaborating with other creative entrepreneurs to promote the “circle economy” philosophy. Through our markets we act as a space for independent businesses to showcase and sell their product while cultivating new connections within the community. At it’s core it’s simply a desire to want to see local connecting with local ultimately helping strengthen and organically grow the local economy.
Win a Prize Pack
I have an amazing Fall for Local prize pack loaded with goodies from participating vendors, with a value of over $540! The winner’s Fall for Local canvas tote bag will contain 2 tickets to Fall for Local (where you can pick up your prize on Saturday or Sunday) and prizes from:
Shelan Markus Photography, Coast Protein, Il Fioraio Florist, Wild Skin Care, Dig Leather, Your Bag of Holding, Short and Sweet Cookie, Ancient Mantra Naturals, Whisk Matcha, Aloha Kai Apparel, Bare Skin Bar, Luli Designs.
Here’s how you can enter to win:
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I will draw one winner at random from all entries at 12:00pm on Friday, September 8, 2017. The winner must be able to attend the event on either Saturday or Sunday to pick up their prize.
Update The winner is Barb Staetter!