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The Western Front is transforming its largest annual fundraiser into an online marketplace.
The Toque Craft Fair goes online this year, with a curated selection of textiles, ceramics, jewelry, books, bags, and body products by B.C.-based artists and designers available for purchase from home December 1 to 6.
Twenty percent of all sales will go to supporting the Western Front’s artistic programs.
Participating vendors include a / i studio, Anita Sikma Design, AW by Andrea Wong, Cloth Tone, Cracher Dans La Soupe Parfum, Daisy Fung Flowers, Draw Me A Lion, Erin Templeton, fancypop, Goodbeast, Haley Hunt-Brondwin, Henderson Dry Goods, Julia Chirka, Kate Metten, Nathalee Paolinelli Ceramics, Nectrous Botanicals, NEW LOoK, Osmics, Paperbacknote, Project Weekend, See You Soon Studio, Simply Read Books, The Little Things, The Planet Sun Studio, Three Sisters by Emma, Tony Dubroy, tuk + milo, WarmAndDrift, Wasted Effort, Woodlot, Woolf Glass, and Young Artist Warriors.
Purchased items will be available for pick-up at the Western Front on December 11 and 12, with social distancing protocols in place.
For more details visit Toque’s website here.