When November 30, 2019 at 1:00pm 6 hrs
Where Sunalta Community Hall 1627 10 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T3C 0J7, Canada

Fashion Revolution YYC is excited to present our first 2019 Holiday Market!

With a focus on conscious, local and quality we have curated a collection of makers, businesses and artist around the city to showcase their work to you this holiday season.

Fashion Revolution YYC wants to make conscious holiday shopping easy and accessible for our Calgary communities by curating a small group of local brands that embody conscious creation, made locally and high-quality goods. We want to highlight and market our locals makers that are a force for good, and we want visitors to find the perfect socially and environmentally conscious gifts for their friends and family!

We are excited to be hosting this event through the Sunalta Community Association because of their commitment to community, inclusivity, social enterprise and sustainability. The Sunalta Community Hall is easily accessible, centrally located and one block from a c-train station.

The market will run from 1 pm to 7 pm Saturday November 30th. In addition to our consciously curated market, we will be hosting a few workshops in the clubroom next door. More details to follow. Door entry is $2.00 or a used clothing donation.

Our List of Vendors:
Feast Letterpress, Printmaking
Blackboard Gallery, Jewelry
Chloe Collins, Ceramics
Chase Key, Ceramics
Heritage Spinners & Weavers, Textiles
Civic Styles, Vintage and Upcycled Clothing
REWORKS, Recycled and Upcycled Products
Simply Polished, Natural Self Care Products
Julie Wons, Upcycled Woodworking
Nourish Sweat Soul, Conscious Athleisure + Yoga Wear
Riyoko, Comfy, Conscious, Chic Women's Clothing
Sunalta Community Association + CHRC, Coffee
Sarjesa - Tea with Social + Environmental Impact
Wild Tea Kombucha

We are excited for more people to discover and explore local conscious brands, meet like-minded people, and make an impact through our purchasing power this holiday season!

We hope to see you there!

-FRYYC team