On Saturday Sept. 18, 2021 between 12pm and 4 pm join us on the patio at Meyers Creek brewing for our first pop-up vendor event. Wander around our patio and see what our vendors have to offer, grab yourself a beer, sit down and gush over your beautiful finds! No purchase is necessary to attend and everyone is welcome.

Our first event will be showcasing handmade, beautiful and tasty products from our local Indigenous community.

Our vendor line up is as follows:


Martin’s Beads and crafts supplies

Lisa Martin is the owner and operator of Martins Beads and Craft supplies located in the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Lisa sells a beautiful array of beaded crafts as well as sage, sweet grass and bead supplies.

Beach Road Beadwork

These three sister have a passion to create beaded earrings. They offer various designs and styles of beaded earrings and will work with you to customize your earring to make sure it is something you love. pages

See more of their beautiful work on FaceBook or Instagram .

Jen's Traditional Leather Creations

Jen's Traditional Leather Creations is your source for hand crafted traditional leather creations, leather accessories, beads work, custom orders and classes/workshops, all made and taught with culture & skill. Jen specializes in moccasins & mittens.

Check out more of Jen's creations on her Facebook page.

Unfortunately due to illness Amy and Mia will not be able to attend this weekend.

Amy Clark & Mia Maracle

This tag team of awesomeness is a mother daughter combo. Amy of Laughing Leaf Designs makes and sell beaded earrings and her daughter is a young entrepreneur named Mia Maracle. Mia is 13 and is the owner of Dolly’s Cornbread. This 100% Mohawk woman owned and operated business makes traditional Kanyenkehaka cornbread.

Check out Dolly's Cornbread Facebook page and Laughing Leaf Designs Facebook page.