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Signal Holiday Bazaar
December 12, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm$5
Signal enthusiastically presents:
2020 Signal Holiday Bazaar
Saturday, December 12th from 10 am till 6 pm
Sunday, December 13th from 10 am till 4 pm
Holiday Bazaar Admission – $5
Tickets will be sold at the door as well as online.
(In support of our Maker community, none of our Makers are charged a fee to showcase their incredible creations).
If you wish, please bring along a canned food item in support of Grace Inn Homeless Shelter, we will gather all items and present to the shelter after the show.
Welcome to our 3rd Annual “Signal Holiday Bazaar” in charming Corbyville. Discover yummy Food, Beer, Wine, and meet our incredible group of Artisan Makers showcasing their wonderful handmade products. Here is a smattering of our Makers products for this year’s Holiday Bazaar.
Lori Meeboer Fine Art:
Is an artist living and working in Corbyville, ON. Lori paints primarily in acrylic with some mixed mediums. Lori has been painting for over 30 years and is a third-generation artist. Lori studied at Trent University. Lori teaches some art classes at Loyalist College in Belleville, ON, and is a member of the Belleville Art Association.
Have that hard to buy for person on your list? We’re excited to welcome @evokecoleather to our 2019 Makers’ market. Evoke is local Canadian leather, handcrafted in ways you’ve never seen. Every piece is original and personalized. Their embossing technique is unmatched anywhere in the world. Come see their selection of keychains, wallets, bookmarks, coasters, and much more.
Finally, She had the courage to use the tools!. She built the shelves, then the chevrons then a Coffee table that holds the board games her children play, and the warm cup of Java in the morning. Finally, she saw she could be feminine and use the tools, wear the shoes and her favourite dress! Her heart wants to build, her mind wants to learn, Her hands want to work. Show me what I can build for you, and together we will make your creative design come to life.
Potters Settlement Wines:
Potter Settlement is a marriage of rustic, old-world charm with up-to-date winemaking techniques. We respect tradition, but we always strive for progression when creating our wines. We create things in our winery by hand; whilst this maintains old values, it caters to new environmental concerns. We are happy to promote our organic farming, solar and geothermal energy usage (reducing our carbon footprint), and most importantly, keeping our wine at optimal quality. We strive to serve you as a guest whilst being considerate and respectful of our surroundings. Potter Settlement consists of 10 planted acres of vinifera, hybrid, and VQA-recognized grapes.”
Mark E. Hopper – Bay of Quinte Now:
Mark is an award-winning freestyle photographic artist. His work is celebrated across the country and has been featured in many publications. Mark will be showcasing his work at our Holiday Bazaar, just in time for Christmas gift-giving.
When Patty isn’t at a venue supporting Country Music, Patty is knitting up a storm. Knit one, pearl two. Come see the wonderful creations sure to warm up your family and friends on Christmas morning.
The Palmateer Sugar Bush was first tapped in the 1940s. Today the tradition continues, with over 5000 trees making wonderfully delicious maple products.
Kings Mill Cider:
Located in Hastings County this little cider company is creating a cider that leaves you wanting more. Shop our Holiday Bazaar for wonderful Christmas ideas.
Lord & Lady Coffee Roasters:
You have to check out Artisan Coffee Roasters at our Signal Holiday Bazaar. Signal collaborated with Lord & Lady to create our Gamma Ray Stout together, 50 lbs of beans in our robust brew.
Their handmade soaps look almost edible. All-natural ingredients…The perfect stocking stuffer.
Free Cut Creations:
Handcrafted wood products signs and decor. Ideal for Christmas decorating, inspiring gift-giving possibilities all can enjoy.
Charcuterie boards, serving trays, and more. It’s the Holiday season. Think yummy cheeses, crackers, pickles. Just in time for Santa.