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Boreal Collective Winter Fair: Mike Demers, Carolyn Mark, Wept, Tolan McNeil

Sat. December 16th @  2375 Koksilah rd. Cobble Hill BC (All Ages)
10:00am doors at 10:00am
$3.00 at the door only.
Presented by: Shannon Wilson
Once again we are thrilled to bring you the Boreal Collective Winter Fair for another amazing showcase of contemporary designers, innovative makers, talented creatives and tantalizing food with our annual mid-winter event. A fantastic cross-section of 40 unique vendors from up and down Vancouver Island & Gulf Islands will be here in the Cowichan Valley to connect with you, offering their best work and a one-of-a-kind experience in shopping local and valuing handmade.

Our 2017 line-up of vendors will be sure to win you over, so come and check us out! Vendor profiles will roll out beginning mid-November... if you only knew what we have in store!!!

Two fabulous vendor halls, local live music all day, door prizes, awesome food ... everyone welcome! Join us for a festive day of shopping local, good eats and warm vibes. We can't wait to see you there!

Date: Saturday Dec. 16th, 2017
Time: doors open 10am-6pm
Where: The HUB- 2375 Koksilah rd. Cobble Hill, BC.
Cost: $3 admission for adults/ kids 12 and under are free

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Mike Demers "Duke"

Singer Songwriter, guitarist, vocalist - Solo performer and member of Planet Claire, The Beatles Revolution and The Politics of Dancing more info

Carolyn Mark (coastal and western)

Ex-Vinaigrettes front lady, and country-punk chanteuse sings songs that'll tickle your heart and break your funny bone. more info

Tolan McNeil (Truck Rock)

As a songwriter, he stands on par with Gordon Lightfoot on an ether binge. His wild guitar pickin' has been likened to riding a shopping cart down a steep gravelly hill and making it to the bottom in one piece. Live, he's as Country as a nitro-powered threshing machine, and as Rock as, well... a rock... a rock that's been thrown through a cop sh... more info
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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.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division