'tis the season

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'tis the season

Postby Lady tehMa » Nov 17th, 2018, 8:21 pm

for events and markets and craft shows - they're getting fancier all the time.

Sandhill Winery- the winery on the corner of Vaughan and Ethel, by the new RCMP station - I think their market runs every weekend for the next little while https://www.sandhillwines.ca/
Winter Market Series
The Sandhill Tasting Room will be featuring a weekly craft market every Saturday and Sunday from 10AM - 4PM.

We will be hosting the market from November 10th-December 16th

Tour over 40 vendors, enjoy wine tastings or even a mimosa while you shop.


I recommend that one, some interesting vendors. I particularly am interested in Freedom Fuel, a coffee purveyor.

Summerhill Winery - that one is next weekend. I like it, but it has gotten very crowded over the last few years, quite the crush.
https://www.tourismkelowna.com/event/under-the-mistletoe/17257/
Time: Saturday: 10 AM-4 PM | Sunday: 10 AM-3 PM

Come celebrate the holiday season at Summerhill Pyramid Winery's annual Christmas Market!




Quail's Gate Sugarplum Fair
https://www.quailsgate.com/visit/winery-events/
Our annual Sugar Plum Fair is on its way to Quails’ Gate again! Bring the whole family down for a festive afternoon including a winter market with local artisans and a 15% discount in the Wine Shop. In the spirit of the season, we will be accepting donations on behalf of the Central Okanagan Community Food Bank and Inn From the Cold – Kelowna, as well as toys for Kelowna Santas.

Time: 11 AM to 4 PM

Please note, Santa Bookings are sold out.


Tree of Hope Pop Up Market
http://www.landmarkcentre.ca/events/event/tree-of-hope-christmas-pop-up-market/
I didn't get to this one last year but friends did and said it was good
tree of hope market.png


I went to the Glenmore Elementary one today, and the one at the United Church and Francophone centre downtown, plus the Dorchester one. Which others do you attend?
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