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 NomadCoast to CoasterDollop BakeryEcoloveFeather & FernGrace & ParkerMai Lin JewelryMarmaladeManning CanningMonarch TeaMonday MuseOh Hello BugPierogi Me!Rock Paper Scissors Co.Stray StonesToken GoldThe Sunshine Doughnut Co.The Yellow Ribbon Company

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