Craft Culture Market at the 20th Annual Tree of Hope Light Up Celebration

November 23-25, 2018

It’s back! Join the Landmark District and Craft Culture for the 2nd annual Winter Wonderland Christmas Market in celebration of the Tree of Hope Light-Up!

Shop, eat and stroll through our 60+ vendors all nestled into the brand new Landmark District Market space at 1717 Harvey Ave (the old Turner Volkswagen building).

Skating, skate rentals, food trucks and plenty of
FREE parking!

Admission: $5 donation per person.

Event Hours:
November 23rd 5pm – 9pm
November 24th 12pm – 7pm
November 25th 12pm – 6pm

VENDORS
Bare Nature Products
Bebe D’or Children’s Blankets and Apparel
Beelites Soap & Candle Company
Birdhouses
Breakaway Pottery
CIVILIZED SASQUATCH ARTISAN PRODUCTS
Creations By Soul
Ebb & Flow Jewelry
Flora and Forest Jewellery
Fox & Fawn
Gescina-The Chemistry of NATURE, Inc
Growth Ring Designs
Gypsy Dreams
Heather Backmeyer
Indigo Ridge Lavender Farm
Jaime Zuchotzki / Ninjadiva Design Studio
Kaitlyn Ellis Events
Kingfisher Craft Company
Lars Baggenstos Sculptor and Illustrator
Let’s Stay In. Fashions
Lostlake Studios
Matthew’s Woodcrafts
Mountain Stitch and Design
Oak Handmade
Oh! The Post!
Orchard Valley Soap Company
Pink Raven Jewelry
Salt + Sage
Saltwater Crafted
Splish Splash Bath Bombs
StandOut Puzzles
Tacey Marie – From the Heart
Terry Thomson/Thomson’s Finest Art
FOOD
2 Ladies Soupin It Up
Eats&Treats
Elderberry Grove
Flying Leaf Tea Co / Sumaq Valley Alpacas
Italian Meat Master
MotherLove Kombucha
Oma Goodness Foods Inc.
Palomine Orchards
QB Gelato Inc.
Queen B Kettle Korn Ltd.
She Devil Delights
Tanya-Ray Fishing Ltd
Third Space
Xchange Kelowna
ALCOHOL
After Dark Distillery Ltd.
Bench 1775 Winery
House of Rose Vineyards LTD.
Meadow Vista Honey Wines
MOCOJO Winery
PEMBERTON DISTILLERY
Scenic Road Cider Co.
The View
FOOD TRUCKS
Poppadoms
SURF SIDE CALIFORNIA
Peter Ze German

For the past 20 years, the Tree of Hope at Landmark Centre in Kelowna has been a bright symbol of inspiration and hope to the Okanagan community. In partnership with the tenants of Landmark Centre and TD Canada Trust the Tree of Hope donates funds each year to local charitable organizations, with over $500,000 donated to date. Each year, a 120 foot tree comprised of 25,000 LED lights is set up from Late November until January, and is a visible reminder to the citizens and visitors of Kelowna that the Christmas season is a time of generosity and compassion, bringing joy to friends and family.

For more information, please visit www.landmarkcentre.ca/about/tree-of-hope