The annual Circle Craft Christmas Market is back at the Vancouver Convention Center from November 10-14.
The holiday season has begun, and to mark this annual shopping tradition, Western Canada’s largest craft market returns to downtown Vancouver!
A Vancouver tradition since 1972, the Circle Craft Christmas Market returns to the Vancouver Convention Center West from November 10-14. This shopping event is a leading showcase for the very best in Canadian craftsmanship, arts and design, featuring traditional, modern, one-of-a-kind, and production works from over 200 artisans from coast to coast.
As Vancouver’s largest Christmas market, Circle Craft gives shoppers the chance to browse, buy and provide an incredible selection of Canadian handmade items, including fashion accessories, fine jewelry, home and garden decor, wood crafts, ceramics, sculptures, natural body care, fashion, gourmet food and more. .
You will not find these unique items anywhere in the mall or on Amazon. With the perfect gift for any person on your holiday shopping list, the market will be your one-stop holiday shop!
Circle Crafts market vendors are selected by a jury based on their talents and diversity and come from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds across Canada. See some of the highlights of this year’s line-up of participating artists and creators:
Photo: Earth and Hide
Based in Manitoba, Earth and Hide produces high quality leather goods with a timeless robust quality. Key parts of the collection include the versatile Luella tote, the vintage American postpose-inspired John bag and the Roscoe belt (which you would like to grab in all colors).
Photo: Anne-Marie Chagnon
Anne-Marie Chagnon creates original jewelry of superior quality for women who excel in their independent spirit and dignified ways of expressing themselves. Using modern and timeless fine materials such as chiseled tin, clear glass, luminous resin, shiny copper, glittering bronze and 22 carat gold, each piece is designed, created and crafted in Montreal.
Photo: Monashee Pottery
Made in the beautiful mountain town of Revelstoke, Monashee Ceramics‘s functional, handmade ceramics offer a timeless simplicity that will brighten up your everyday life and continue with you for generations. Pieces are inspired by exploration and joy, such as the Black Tusk collection, made of black clay and named after the stratovolcano in Whistler, and the Simple collection, which incorporates colors that evoke the colorful neighborhoods of Buenos Aires and Sweden.
Photo: Cosman & Webb Townships Organic
Coming from the sugar horns on their farm in Eastern Townships in southern Quebec, Cosman & Webb Townships Organic‘s 100% pure maple syrup is sustainably bottled and contains no artificial flavors. You can not get more “Made in Canada” with your Christmas present than this!
2021 Circle Craft Christmas Market is open Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m .; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m .; and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission is $ 15 for adults and $ 12 for seniors 65+ and youth, and free for children ages 12 and under. Tickets are 50% for admission after noon. 17 Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Proof of vaccination and face masks are required.
Go to signatures.ca/circle-craft to see the full list of vendors and purchase your event tickets.