The very popular Circle Craft Christmas Market returns for its 38th year this month at the Vancouver Convention Centre West. I have still never been but everyone I have talked to (even during the summer months) says that they can’t wait for Circle Craft. From knits and ornaments to unique kitchen wares and gift ideas, this market has it all.
Vancouver Convention Centre West (new one), 1055 Canada Place
Adults are $12 at the door, seniors $10, students $10 (save when booking online)
Exhibitors this year fall into several categories: aboriginal, candles & soap, children’s clothing, clay, clothing, dolls & toys, fashion accessories, fashion jewelry, fibre, fine jewelry, food, glass, home decor, leather, metal, miscellaneous, visual arts, wood, and Christmas decorations.
The market is an initiative of the Circle Craft Co-Operative, a BC Artist Co-Operative that is “dedicated to providing opportunities for craftspeople to connect with the community.” Year-round you can find locally-made goods at the shop on Granville Island and as I mentioned, the market is an annual highlight for many.
If you would like passes to the Circle Craft Christmas Market, I have a pair available. 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 Monday, November 7, 2011.
Update The winner is Nicole (neeko17)!