Old-Fashioned Christmas & Outdoor Artisan Market this Sunday
Get a head-start on your Christmas shopping at Goulbourn Museum’s Old-Fashioned Christmas & Outdoor Artisan Market on Sunday, November 20. This annual holiday celebration features local artisans, baked goodies, old world entertainment and festive crafts.
Vendors at this year’s event will be selling a diverse array of handmade goods including stained glass, heirloom preserves, chocolates, baked goodies, natural soaps, boiled wool mittens, jewelry, handcrafted wood products, children’s toys and accessories, photography, and more! See a complete list of all participating vendors, below.
The Calligraphy Society of Ottawa will be on-hand to help children pen letters to Santa and assist adults in drafting decorative gift tags. Families can pose for a photo with Santa in the Village Store, watch a bona fide blacksmith at work, and trim an outdoor tree with decorations of yesteryear. Enjoy free hot chocolate and apple cider, roast marshmallows by the fire, and buy warm comfort food from The Hot Potato Company for lunch.
The Old-Fashioned Christmas & Outdoor Artisan Market takes place this Sunday, November 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 2064 Huntley Road in Stittsville. Goulbourn Museum is a registered charity that tells the story of Ottawa’s oldest military settlement and offers interactive and hands-on exhibits. Admission to the Museum is free, but donations are always appreciated.
The following artisans will be selling their handmade wares at our event:
A Touch of Glass
Black Sheep Artisan
Carruthers Cakes and Candies
His & Hers Home Co
Monkey Mud Pottery
Quilts & Material Things
Sandee’s Country Kitchen
Sheila Cain-Sample Pen and Pencil Artist
Wild Woolly Handmade Luxury Soap