A Huge Artisan Market is Coming to Burlington


There’s everything from beard oil to coasters to earring — more than 60 artisans from across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) will be showing off their wares in Burlington this weekend.

This obviously means you can get a head start on those autumn birthdays and/or Christmas shopping.

The Burlington Made Marketplace is pegged to be the place to shop local.
And eat, too - -gourmet food trucks (and more importantly, wine) are in store, alongside live music.
You can cross a few people off the shopping list, meet a few ‘makers,’ and treat yo’self to some delicious eats.

(Sounds like the perfect girls’ day, doesn’t it? Grab your besties - just remember to bring your shopping lists - and saunter through the market together).

The event is taking place on Saturday, May 26 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Ron Joyce Centre at 4350 South Service Rd. (part of McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business).

You’ll find the event in the atrium near the Great Hall.

Admission is $5 (cash only) — kids 12 and under are free.
On-site parking is free.

To give you a taste of what’s in store, here’s are some of the slated vendors listed:
Bearded Nomad
Coast to Coaster
Dollop Bakery
Feather & Fern
Grace & Parker
Mai Lin Jewelry
Manning Canning
Monarch Tea
Monday Muse
Oh Hello Bug
Pierogi Me!
Rock Paper Scissors Co.
Stray Stones
Token Gold
The Sunshine Doughnut Co.
The Yellow Ribbon Company

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