FIESTA World Craft Bazar Returns to Courtenay for Its 30th Year

FIESTA World Craft Bazar Returns to Courtenay for Its 30th Year

The FIESTA World Craft Bazar is back again for its 30th year in Courtenay, BC, Canada. Vendors will once again get an opportunity to showcase their distinctive handcrafted products. And the good news is we will also be available there with our wide range of collections of Shea butter products. So, whatever your plan is for this weekend, don’t miss the chance to meet us and experience fun with a lot of entertaining elements. But prior to that, look at the significant details of this event.

Here’s All about FIESTA World Craft Bazar

This November 19 and 20 (from 10 AM to 4 PM each day), the Florence Filberg Centre will be transformed again into an exotic Bazar. This non-profit fair is actually a hub for unique handmade crafts. Here, you will find varieties of eye-catching portraits that are excellent for decorating walls. The smiling faces of hardworking vendors dedicated to their work will surely encourage you to visit them. They work directly with artisans from Africa, Asia, and Central and South America.

Here, you will find varieties of daily traded baskets, home accessories, toys, art pieces, houseware, clothing, and jewellery items. Not only that, but here you will also find Christmas ornaments, Tibetan carpets, books, cards, posters, calendars, etc. The artists, potters, tailors, and painters use their extensive skill and knowledge to produce them. And they will definitely carry on their work if they are supported. 

Some people even visit the fair to taste delicious ethnic food cooked by local immigrants. At each FIESTA, many local and global organizations come to sell their products. And we are one of them. Here, you will find everything shown on our website. Each product will be available at a reasonable price. 

FIESTA Word Craft Bazar is an excellent opportunity for the artisans to show their skills who work at their homes and small workshops. They are even innovative in reclaiming and recycling materials, such as coconut shells, cow horns, glass, pop cans, magazines, metal parts and more. It’s truly great support for the craft people affected by the world climate crisis. The entry fee is only $2, through which one can support their hard work.

Final Words

So, what keeps you waiting? Join us and be a part of this event. People of all ages can visit the fair. See you soon at the Filberg Centre in Courtenay!