Our Vendor Show is now SOLD OUT! Thank you to all our vendors.
PLEASE NOTE: We try not to duplicate direct sales vendors. You are considered registered for the show when we have received your completed form and payment. Acceptance of direct sales vendors is on a first come, first serve basis. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Artwork, keychains, and merchandise geared towards gaming and comics
by Catherine Szaulis
An Original by Lois Wiseman (hand-sewn shawls, hats, sachets, pillows, etc.)
by Lois Wiseman
Avon (Beauty, bath, makeup and skincare)
by Kim Lirette
Birds and Beads (Homemade jewelry, stained glass pieces)
by Sharon Duncan Laplante
Blue Ink Puppetry (Handmade puppets)
by Teddy Dong
B-N Creative (Rustic handmade décor and seasonal décor)
by Brenda Noseworthy
Chalk Couture (Handpainted signs and home décor, Christmas Decorations
by Savannah Berniquez
Doterra (CPTG Essesntial oils, products for health, wellness, natural living
by Roxanne Harris
Dr. Pierre Milot PRS., PRD. (TC.) (CBD oils and Tinctures, Winchester B&B)
by Pierre Milot
Eastlink (Internet, TV, phone and smartphone services)
by Lindsay Magri
Epicure (Mixes for dips and food products)
by Kim Milne
Hogabaum Stitchery (Quilts, cozy bowls, reusable products)
by Vicky Johnstone and Caylie Martin
Homemade Authentic Leather Goods
by Daniel Lord and Susan Tait
Hope Springs United Church (Christmas cookies)
Karberry Farms (shetland wool, roving, fleece, Opal sock yarn, hand dyed wool skins)
by Karen Kauth
K&J Smocking (Custom smocked boys' and girls' clothes, bibs, bonnets, ladies wear)
by Kim Link & Joyce Francis
by Lynn Ford
Norwex (Environmentally friendly cleaning products)
by Sharlene Caines
Pampered Chef (kitchen products)
by Jennifer Picard
SkinUrIn (Bath and body products and soap)
Smirlholm Farms (Honey & Beeswax products, Creamed Honey)
by Glenn Smirle
Spencerville Trap Neuter Release (Proceeds go to shelter)
by Valerie Andruszkiewicz
Spoil Yourself With Me Leggings (Women's clothing)
by Val Stefan St-Onge
Stone Pipes by Two Bears (Native crafts, stone and deer antler pipes, leather pouches)
by Brian Martin
Sunset Gourmet (Pre-packaged food items:spices, condiments, mixes,etc.)
by Christina Seabrook
Sweetlegs Winchester with Angie (leggings and accessories)
by Angie Johnson-Korteweg
Thirty-One (Totes and bags)
by Kim Milne
Tocara (Jewelry—Nickel-free, fashion-forward)
by Nathalie St. Pierre
Watkins (Natural personal care and home care products)
by Joanne St. Pierre
Location: Joel Steele Community Centre (upstairs at the Winchester Arena, 577 Main St., Winchester, Ontario)
Cost: $15 per table
Time: 9:00 am–4:00 pm
Set-up Time: 7:00–9:00 am
Tear Down Time: 4:00–5:00 pm
Rules & Regulations
- Exhibitors must supply their own display items, power cords, cash box, float, and other tools, equipment, and supplies required for the duration of the event. TABLES AND CHAIRS WILL BE PROVIDED.
- Merchants are responsible for keeping their area clean during and after the event. GARBAGE CANS WILL BE PROVIDED.
- All merchants must be completely set up by 8:45 am.
- Sale permits and collection of all appropriate sales taxes are the sole responsibility of the exhibitor. You are responsible for your own charge card services.
- Exhibitors are expected to participate for the duration of the event, unless otherwise informed by the vendor fair coordinator, Martha Malatesta.
- You are responsible for all necessary personal supplies that you need at your display area. Examples of items that you may need include beverages, food, first-aid supplies, etc.
- You are displaying at a family event and must conduct yourself appropriately. Under no circumstances will profane language, inappropriate behaviour or attitudes be tolerated, or you will be asked to leave the event and your participation in future events will be thoroughly evaluated.
- All exhibitor tables will be set up by the Winchester Community Centre staff on the day of the event and are therefore not the responsibility of the exhibitors. Each exhibitor will be granted a space of one table (unless the exhibitor requests otherwise and payment is received). Table sizes will range between 6 feet and 8 feet, but unfortunately no preference can be accommodated. Additional chairs will be available if required.
- The North Dundas Parade of Lights Committee cannot be held responsible nor guarantee the products sold by individual vendors or the volunteer-run canteen.