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Be assured the 2020 planning is underway despite the possibility that a second COVID wave will make us abandon ship.

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MEET THE 2020 VENDORS

BAKERS

Lakehouse Pantry

Wayne & Donna Douquette, Williamsford

1st prize winner of butter tarts, Christmas cake, canning. All made in an inspected kitchen.

LOCALLY GROWN MEATS                                                   SAUCES & DRINKS

Fabulous Fish

Sandra Blodgett, Paisley

frozen vac packed rainbow trout, whitefish, pickerel, perch and locally caught smoked fish. Inspected facilities.

Lockerby Lamb

Amanda Caldwell, Lockerby

pasture raised lamb & pork, including lamb bacon processed in an inspected facility.

Ivy Tea Room Blends

Tamara Pasley, Tiverton

Every tea blend is made with passion for health, flavour, and to have our customers feel happy inside and out

Lakehouse Pantry

Wayne and Donna Duquette, Williamsford

Jams (including FROG jam), jellies (including Red Pepper Jelly), Famous Amish Dill and Sweet & Sour Pickles. And much more. Made in an inspected kitchen with locally grown produce.

Tiverton (ITR) Honey

Tamara Pasley, Tiverton

Pet Gifts

Lockerby Lamb

Amanda Caldwell, Paisley

Liver treats that dog’s love

Chompers All Natural Dog Bakery

Desiree Fiori, Paisley

Est 2013. We bake over 50 products for all dogs to enjoy! Award winning cookie tubs, pupcakes, biscotti, cakes, specialty cookies, holiday cookies, dental chewies, gift baskets, bandannas and more!

Deb's Bee'N Savvy

Deb & Wayne Kaufman, Port Elgin

Paracord Dog Leashes

The Rural Gardener

Elda & Michelle Trendyle, Elmwood

Catnip Mice

Crafts & Gifts

Morgan's Bracelets

Morgan Caldwell, Paisley

Handmade bracelets

Thede Acres Alpacas

Catherine Thede Alpaca, Tiverto

High quality hypoallergenic yarns, socks, insoles, dryer balls, duvets, felted cat beds, birds nesting balls and roving.

DJ’s Designs & Studio

DJ’s Designs & Studio

Debbie James, Port Elgin

Acrylic paintngs, lighted glass blocks & bottles. Hand painted Christmas decor items

Sauble Inkings

Diane Kent, Sauble Beach

hand stamped card, ornaments and party favor

Deb's Bee'n Savvy

Deb & Wayne Kaufman, Port Elgin

Reusable 100% Cotton Beeswax Wraps that can reduce and replace the use of saran or plastic.

ITR Creations

Tamara Pasley, Tiverton

The rustic boxes and tin items we create are made from materials harvested from our old farmhouse (earliest date discovered was 1873) as well as precious materials such as silver cutlery, including hand made items, collected from various sites such as yard sales and auctions. It is amazing how Victorian tin can be incorporated into many interesting projects. We also forge our own hooks and handles for some of our creations. Because everything is handmade, it takes a bit of time for our creations to come together. Every piece is made with love for the craft.

Whimsy Glitter

Marion Shannon, Durham

Stained Glass Ornaments (birds and trees, etc), Crackled Glass Bowls

Deb's Bee'in Savvy

Deb & Wayne Kaufman, Port Elgin

Handmade Wooden Puzzles, Mahogany Charcuterie Boards, Toast Tongs, Cedar BBQ Scrapers, Outdoor Cedar Yardzee Games, Paracord Bracelets.

Plasma Jo

Joanne Tolton, Elmwood

Freehand Plasma Cutting, Custom Work, Fire Pits, Garden Ornaments

Forest Floor Woodcrafts

Doug and Laurie Carmichael, Durham

Quality handcrafted wooden bowls and boxes.

In 2019 we had a lot of baking, candles, pretty jar mixes, books, wooden crafts, dolls, signs, glass paintings, lots of pet items, puzzles, games, pottery, bags and much more. Many of those vendors may attend and some may not. (You can still reach them all through this link) We are always on the look out for gifts for men and children such as things with cars and trucks, animals, sports, fishing lures. We want fun and inexpensive , not all sugar. Maybe homemade apple chips or potato chips. Apple fritters, dish cloths, bean sprouts, bath bombs, painted maple syrup bottles, painted honey jars, aprons for all ages and genders, planters, dried food,  fudge, biscotti, chocolate, mirrors, locally written books and CDS, wax melts, frozen locally made supper meals. and lots more. Don’t hesitate to ask if you think you have something that could add.  There might also be space in Nature’s Millworks ” By Our Hands” Show from Nov 12 – Dec 23 or at Elora Soap Company and also there often is a vendor show at the Legion on Nov 20 (Late Night Social).