Christmas Market, Beach Neighbourhood's most anticipated event is back on November 16
The market features vendors selling a diverse array of handmade and Fair Trade products, as well as homemade baked goods, preserves and "gently used" housewares, jewellery, and holiday decor.
Fair trade vendors featured at the market include Mamaa Trade, Spirit of Vera, Talis, Moyaa Shea, Lilac Mannequin, Jubilee Designs, Katie Besler and False Ox.
The market also offers Beach United's famous meat pies and a new vegetarian tourtiere this year. In addition, our specialty feature includes Santa's food truck which will serve sticky toffee pudding, delicious turkey sandwiches and harvest vegetable soup.
The market is also a great place to network and connect with members of the Beach community. Minister, Karen Dale points out, "I am delighted to connect with people in the broader Beach community, and the market is just one of many opportunities to do so."
The market began as Christmas Bazaars at Kew Beach and Bellefair United Churches. They grew in success and popularity after the merger of both the churches in 2013.
Speaking about the event and working with volunteers, Board Member, Nanci Harris points out, "The market brings out the best of everyone and working with so many dedicated and skilled volunteers is the highpoint of the year."
To register and check out more details about the Christmas Market, click here. (https://www.eventbrite.ca/
For more information, please contact our Office Administrator, Cate Duff at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact our office at 416-691-8082.
Date, Location, and Parking
Date and time: November 16, 2019, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Location: 140 Wineva Avenue, Toronto, ON M4E 2T4
Parking: You can find free street parking near the Church. Green P Parking is available at two locations. One parking lot is adjacent to the Church and fully accessible, and the other is on Hammersmith Avenue, just one block east of the Church.
About Beach United Church
Beach United Church is a congregation of the United Church of Canada, located in the Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto. We're a progressive community hub formed on February 25, 2007, by the amalgamation of two congregations, each of which had deep roots in the neighbourhood:
Office Administrator, Cate Duff
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