Vern Oleksyn — 2018

Retired self-employed cabinetmaker. Sold his Port Coquitlam business in 2007 and settled in Chilliwack in 2012. His passion for woodworking continues as he now has more time to be creative.

Lola’s Scented Stones

Live a healthier life with handmade diffusers. Use your favorite essential oils and hang in your vehicle , or use as bracelets and necklaces. Facebook: facebook.com/lolasscentedstones Email: lolas.scentedstones@gmail.com

Gossamer and Mead — 2018

Gossamer and Mead is a home-based business run by a mom of seven. Now that all of the children have left the nest, Debbie has discovered a passion for adorable fabrics and quirky names. Products evolve and new items appear as time and creativity allow. Each item is one-of-a-kind made with love (and sometimes a few choice words)….

Erwin Temsland

Erwin Temsland makes cutlery and recycled metal pieces. He has shown his art at Inspired Arts (Yarrow, BC), Wild Moon and Star (Fort Langley, BC).

Gwendolyn’s Paradise — 2018

Gwendolyn’s Paradise – all natural, hand-made beauty products, & crafts made by Megan Dunstall. Facebook: @gwendolynsparadise Instagram: @gwendolynsparadise

Calling all vendors + artists!

We are still accepting applications for Art on the Farm 2018! Spaces are booking up quickly, but there’s still room. Apply now — event date is Saturday, August 18 — one day only! Over 500 visitors come each year!

Hannelore Lubben — 2018

Hannelore Lubben has been a spinner, weaver and knitter for over 30 years! Makes yarn, shawls, ruanas, tea towels, and dryer balls.

Michael Hamilton-Clark

Retired civil engineer, Michael Hamilton-Clark has been turning wood since 2004. He enjoys the creative process and has made nearly 1200 items to date. Sells turned wood bowls, boxes, plates, ornamental pieces, earrings, necklaces, pendants, pens and pencils. Art is displayed at the CraftHouse on Granville Island, CanWest Art at Harrison.

Calling all artists + vendors!

We are still accepting applications for Art on the Farm 2018! Spaces are booking up quickly, but there’s still room. Apply now — event date is Saturday, August 18 — one day only! Over 500 visitors come each year!

Mountain Hi Soapworks — 2018

Milk of all kinds has long been known as a rejuvenator and moisturizer of human skin and goat milk has always been the most acceptable of all milks for people with sensitive digestion – this is also true when it is used externally. Many people report that they can use only goat milk soap (and…