Monday, September 5, 2016

Call for Vendors

Hello fellow makers, the flock and gather craft collective is happy to announce that we are now accepting vendor applications for the Winter Wonders Handmade Market to be held December 2 & 3, 2016.

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Click here for more details about becoming a vendor.

Use our online application form to apply by September 18, 2016 and email your product photos to helloflockandgather@gmail.com using the subject line “Winter Wonders - your business name” and name your photo files “your business name 1”, “your business name 2”, etc.

We will send you a confirmation email after your application form AND photos have been received.

Happy making!

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Friday, September 2, 2016

We're growing...




Hello friends!  The Collective has grown once again and we couldn't be more excited about having this talented fella on board with us....

His name is Dean and he drives motorbikes.    His talents range far and wide but today we're going to highlight his folk art.  Seriously you guys - you need to check out his work!  And please join us in welcoming him.  We're super duper excited about this dapper dude and we're excited for y'all to meet him!  

Thursday, June 23, 2016

Broadway Street Fair

Broadway Business Improvement District (BBID) is hosting Broadway Street Fair 2016 on Saturday, September 10th, 2016 10am-5 pm

Vendor registration is NOW OPEN!

Register in 1 of 2 ways:
  1. Register & Pay Online - Visit www.picatic.com/BWStreetFair2016 and pay online. By submitting your registration online you are agreeing to the terms and conditions, and are NOT required to submit the physical registration attached to this email. 
  2. Register & Pay In Office - Print off the and complete the registration form attached below. Once complete, payment via cash or cheque made payable to Broadway Business Improvement District, can be dropped off at the Broadway BID office on 813 Broadway Ave Monday through Friday between 9am to 5pm. Your registration will not be considered complete until the BBID office receives both your registration form and payment. Please note that there are 2 different registration forms attached - one being for regular vendors and the second being for food vendors. 
Please be advised that due to space restraints, Broadway Street Fair 2016 will possess a vendor capacity, with a total of 80 spaces available. Furthermore, there is a maximum of 10 Not-For-Profit spaces and 15 Food Vendor Spaces.  

Registration Deadlines:
Early Bird rates due Sunday, July 3rd, 11:59pm
Regular rates due Sunday, August 21st, 11:59pm

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Make a Miniature Garden {Workshop}

Flock & Gather is happy to present a miniature gardening workshop, taught by Debbie Penner of R&D Garden Services. Debbie is a Master Gardener with more than 40 years experience as a home gardening enthusiast.
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Click here to register

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Make a Wooden Spoon {Workshop}

Flock & Gather is happy to present a beginner woodworking workshop, taught by Burntwood Makery
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Click here to register

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Springtime Handmade Market Wrap-Up

Our incredible Springtime Handmade Market line-up of vendors brought in over 1700 shoppers. The success of the event is attributed to the quality of workmanship that our vendors bring, the volunteers who organize and help us run the event, and all the lovely people who continue to support our handmade community. THANK YOU!

We hope you smile as you reflect on these moments captured by Maki Fotos. Stay tuned for news regarding the next market!









































Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Vendor Profile: Uncle Mike's All Natural Products








Uncle Mike’s All Natural Products began in 2009 when, as a climber, I needed a salve to strengthen and repair my dry and damaged hands. I started researching natural oils and the healing powers of essential oils. As I read and learned about their powerful natural properties, I wanted to experiment and create other products. This led to numerous experiments in the kitchen and a collection of products. As word spread, I began to hand out samples to friends and family. It didn’t take long before my friends and family were spreading the word and I was receiving requests for a natural replacement for other everyday products. After salve came deodorant, then toothpaste and soap, shampoo, laundry soap, aftershave, muscle mud, perfumes, room deodorizers, incense, and the list keeps growing! 

While I feel I have perfected many of my products, I continue to enjoy the artistic and scientific aspect of creating new products and new blends and will always be in the process of creating the next new natural alternative. All of my products are hand made in small batches using only steam distilled essential oils and cold pressed vegetable oils. No synthetic colours, fragrances or additives so that you get the purest most natural product. 

You can always find a full selection of products at unclemikesnatural.com and stay up to date with my adventures and new products by following me on Instagram (unclemikesnatural) Twitter (@umnatural), and my Facebook (Uncle Mike's All Natural Products).