In recognition of October as
Women’s History Month, Community Inclusion Month, LGBT History Month,
as well as
October 11th is International Day of the Girl, and
October 18th as National Persons Day – the day in 1929 when the historic decision to include women in the legal definition of “persons” was handed down by Canada’s highest court of appeal,
all women, femmes, trans-, non-binary, genderqueer, genderfluid, or otherwise gender diverse or gender non-conforming identifying persons of Newfoundland and Labrador and want to showcase all the awesome things they do in our communities!
Coming to the SJFM on Sunday, October 16th from 10am – 2pm
The Women-Owned Business Market
Featuring crafts, art, food and awesomeness by vendors who identify as women, gender diverse, and gender non-conforming folks.
Free admission, all-ages, accessible, gender inclusive washrooms. All gender identities encouraged to attend this event.
Face masks are not required by vendors, staff or customers, however wearing a face mask remains recommended practice in busy indoor public areas.
Because I Felt Like It
Cheddar’s Café by Oh My Cheeses
Culturisto Alternative Shop
Diablos Candles and Melts
Fatima’s Indian Food
Fog Elemental Art
Go Travel Company
Grey Haven Designs
Hibernating Fox Studios
Jewels By Sam
Kate Fudge Art
Lady Blacksmith or The Jam Lady
little bumblebee jewelry
Lumorva Candles & Home Decor
PerSIStence Theatre Company
Raven Lunatic Art
Running the Goat, Books & Broadsides Inc.
Saucy & Sweet by Andrea Maunder
Signage Clothing & Crafts
Split Peach Co
Strong Roots Cultivation Co.
Sweet Dreams Native Crafts and Jewellery
Sweet Mae’s Kitchen
Sweet Pea Designs
Venus Clay Studio
Wag the Dog Art
*vendor lists are kept as up-to-date as possible, however cancellations or changes can occur.
Prospective vendors please note that this market is full, and we are no longer able to take more applicants for waitlist.
(full design credit for the amazing poster and graphics go to Charlie Murphy)