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Event Archive - Inspired Crafted Christmas Market:

Sat. December 1st 2018 - Sat. December 1st 2018 Shawnigan Cobble Hill Farmers Institute & Agricultural Society Cobble Hill BC (All Ages)
10AM doors at 10AM
Free
Mark your calendars for Dec 1 to attend our annual Inspired Crafted Christmas Market from 10am to 3pm at Cobble Hill Hall & Stu Armour Barn in the heart of the village of Cobble Hill. We have gathered a collective of peer artisan reviewed local and Island makers, that are best in class. The event is free to all, wheelchair access, plentiful free parking. Hope you can make it !
Bijoux Beads
Epicure
Linda Yurgesen
Of Ocean & Earth
Krazy Kritter Kookies
Two Drunk Witches
Anna's Banana's Clothing
That's My Jam Canada
Cassandra Clegg Wellness
Smithbuilt Quilts
My Healing Cuisine
Island Life Soap
Westcoast Stannie Stuff
Debs Dangly Bits
Red Cupboard Crafts
Walker Designs
Heart & Hearth
Signs of the Times ( Bev Robertson Art)
Snap Dragons Zipper Pulls
Snap Dragons Jewellery
Dancing Dandelion Farm
Purls and Coffee
Cree-Ations by Shelly
Caitlynn's Boutique
Dogwood Bling
Sweets 4 U
KayaBliss Healing Remedies
Backwoods Soap & Candle
Essentjill Cases
Mixed Metal Mimi
Story Sweaters
Pots & Preserves
Dragons Cache
Floraa & Fauna
Funky Fungus Creations
Cushings Custom Creative
Pipi Tustian Textiles
Pudding n Pie Papery
Woosterville Mini Llama Farm
The Dope Soap Company
Kaitlin's Country Touch
Victoria Jane Designs with Tinkers Hatch
Island Jerky
Intarsia Wood Art
Anchored Dreams
Polygems
Freewheelin Leather
Victoria Quilts
Forest Spirit Creations
Tasteful Essentials
Amaluna Boutique
Cocoa Love
Tanis Jewellry Design
Imagine
Huckleberry Creek
Ugly Sock Monkey
Good Bite
Kids Craft Table-Berlin/Stella
Nana's Knitting Basket
Lena Olsson Pottery
Rootside Provisions Cocktail Mixers

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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

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