Unfortunately this event has been cancelled. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we sadly must cancel the event this year, but we are already looking forward to a fantastic event in 2021. In the mean time, stay safe and healthy!
VISIT US SATURDAY. AUGUST 1st AT OUR ANNUAL
IN NEW WESTMINSTER
In Conjunction With The
COLUMBIA strEAT FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1st, 2020 4-10 PM -
WHILE AT THE ARTISAN MARKET
AT ANVIL CENTRE
BE SURE TO GET YOUR FREE TICKET
TO THE WEST COAST CHRISTMAS SHOW
BY POSTING YOUR SELFIE:
The Artisan Market at the Anvil Center The Artisan Market at the Anvil Center CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF Last Year's VENDORS
The Artisan Market at the Anvil Center in conjunction with the Columbia strEAT Food Truck Festival in New Westminster will return on July 27th, 2019.
Download the Artisan Vendor application form here:
The Christmas Artisan Market
The 13th Annual West Coast Christmas Show & Artisan Marketplace is coming up on November 20 - 22, 2020 at the Tradex Exhibition Center in Abbotsford, BC, with over 19,000 shoppers visiting.
If you are an Artisan Vendor, register now by clicking on the form below:
For more information and to register visit the show website:
THE EMERGING ARTISAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The BC Artisan Marketing Society (BCAMS) has undertaken the establishment of a fund that provides scholarships to deserving emerging artisans so they may continue their post graduate education and training or much needed start up assistance to get their business off the ground.
For more information or to register for one of our upcoming events as a vendor, please contact:
Artisan Sharon Hubbard raised $500 at the West Coast Christmas Show which she donated along with another $500 of her own funds to the Nanaimo Regional General Hospital towards the purchase of a vein finding apparatus.
Janice Perrino (Nanaimo & District Hospital Foundation) accepting $1,000 donation from artisan Sharon Hubbard (center) & George Acs (West Coast Christmas Show)
Sharon underwent cancer treatments at the Nanaimo Hospital this past year, and the treatments were more difficult than necessary as the hospital is not equipped with this machine. At the time, Sharon determined that she would fund raise to purchase such a machine so that others going through the same treatment, would not have to endure what she did.