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Event Archive - Sea Side Holiday and Shopping Event: Rena Parsey, Margaret Hogg, Mixed Metal Mimi Jewellery, Alex Williams, Christina Morrison , and many more local artists

Sun. December 9th 2018 - Sun. December 9th 2018 Maple Bay Marina Maple Bay BC (All Ages)
8:00AM
Free
MAPLE BAY, VANCOUVER ISLAND – The Mariners Market & Espresso Bar at Maple Bay Marina is featuring a Seaside Holiday Shopping and Coffee Date on Sunday, December 9th. All shoppers will receive complimentary coffee between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. Those, who make a retail purchase, are also eligible to enter a prize draw for a gift package prepared especially for the event.
The Maple Bay Marina’s Mariners Market and Espresso Bar features a wide variety of locally crafted distinctive gift items for the holiday season. Art works includes stained glass, vintage copper and silver plates transformed into stunning pieces of wearable jewellery by Mixed Metal Mimi Jewellery, paintings, knitting, and pottery. Shoppers will find exquisite hand painted wine glasses by Margaret Hogg, along with nautical paintings by Christina Morrison and Rena Parsey. More delights await shoppers such as adorable ties and vests for the little ones handmade by Heidi M, beautiful bowls of all shapes and sizes by woodturning master Doug Kay, one of a kind stained glass mosaics stones by Shattered and In Pane, hand crafted toques using the finest wool and silk yarns by Alex Williams, and much, much more.
The Mariners Market & Espresso Bar also offers seasonal espresso and coffee drinks, an enhanced list of grocery items, gourmet artisan foods, pasta and sweets. Fresh produce is delivered regularly to complete a full compliment of conveniences for visitors and local residents alike.

Located on the waterfront at 6145 Genoa Bay Road, Maple Bay Marina and the Mariners Market & Espresso Bar is open daily from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm all year.

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