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Indigenous Market

Indigenous Market at Hamilton Public Library over stylized dark blue beadwork and light blue feather background

Each month until December, shop for one-of-a-kind items made by talented local Indigenous artists and makers at Central Library.  Markets feature an array of items from jewelry to ceramics to leatherwork and literature.

Markets are held the second and third Saturdays 10am to 4pm.

 

Artisan Schedule

May 14

Eleven Eighty Catering
Moose hide saddle bag purses, leather and bead work.

Bomberry Beads
Jewelry made from seed bead, semi-precious stones and porcupine quills.

Cavan’s Creations
Handmade jewelry, crafts and custom orders.

 

May 21

Beads in the Trap
Beadwork, earrings, pop sockets, bracelets and more.

Ojistoh Publishing
Books, Indigenous slogans and language buttons.

Sheri Berry Designs
Ribbon skirts, dresses, shirts and embroidery designs.

 

June 11

Beadwork by Kay
Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) beaded jewelry, pins, accessories and traditional ribbon skirts.

Good Stuff Pots
Ceramic wares including lidded pots, vases and bowls.

Michele Dent
Smelling dolls, ornaments, wall hangings and doll pins.

 

June 18

Eahwahewi
Book for purchase: Recover. Rebuild. Reclaim Self: The Empowerment of Eahwahewi’.

House of Beads
Beaded earrings, cases and wristlets; dream catchers, stickers, photo keychains.

Smith Brothers Trading
Smelling dolls, ornaments, wall hangings and doll pins.

 

Future market vendors to be announced.

This project is funded by the Government of Canada through the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario. Ce projet est financé par le gouvernement du Canada à travers l’Agence fédérale de développement économique pour le Sud de l’Ontario.

Image of logos for My Main Street, Economic Developers Council of Ontario, Canadian Urban Institute, Government of Canadea