Elevate Bazaar Saturday

Lower Native Sons Hall in Downtown Courtenay

If you’re looking for a seasonal craft fair with a twist, look no further than the third annual Elevate Winter Bazaar.

Head to the Lower Native Sons Hall in Downtown Courtenay on Saturday, Dec. 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and be prepared for myriad surprises, delights and curiosities.

The Elevate Winter Bazaar offers a rich variety of art, crafts and creations that will make perfect gifts for your most eclectic family and friends.

Vendors are offering silver jewelry, original screen printed clothing, soy candles, fine wood working, bone and feather art, up-cycled rubber and metals, exotic truffles, pottery, knitted scarves and cowls, hula hoops, glass treasures, naughty buttons, fairy doors, genealogy handbooks and more

Come and enjoy some truly decadent food and drink from Tria Fine Catering at the Elevate Canteen.

Take in some music from around the universe with the Moon Band, DJ Eliazar and other surprise guests.

Sign up for workshops including poi spinning, EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), Twisted Christmas card making and “Sound Cave”, a workshop of nature-inspired vocal/body music to celebrate the solstice. Check www.elevatethearts.com for more details and to sign up for workshops.

Admission to the Elevate Bazaar is by donation and all funds raised at the event support the annual Elevate Arts Festival held in June of each year.

This barrier-free arts festival aims to engage all ages of our community in boundary stretching and community building creative undertakings.

To learn more visit www.elevatetheart.com or join them on Facebook.

 

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