Craft Culture Market returns Sunday to Kelowna

Craft Culture Market is back

Everybody loves a good Sunday market.

The Craft Culture Market is returning to Kelowna this weekend to the Rotary Centre for the Arts, with over 80 vendors lined up to sell a variety of handmade products.

“Everyone is always really excited," said organizer Karalyn Lockhart.

"Our vendors are always creating new products and keeping up with current styles and trends, so there’s always something new to showcase, and something for everyone. It’s the first market we’ve done in five months, so I think our customers are ready for it."

The market will sell everything from jewelry to home decor to specialty food and candles. There will also be food trucks located outside the building for people looking to grab a quick bite before they shop.

Lockhart says their Christmas market at Prospera Place was the best attendance they've had in eight years, so demand appears to be pent up after the pandemic.

The market will be accepting donations upon entry, which will go directly towards helping animals at the Kelowna SPCA. The event runs Sunday, Sept. 18, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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