Barbara Batulla’s “Bangles and Bowls”
Using natural themes (flowers and fish) Bangles and Bowls Pottery is hand-painted, wheel-thrown, and primarily functional. Some pieces are also done in a raku kiln. Jewelry pieces use high-quality materials and semi precious stones, and are one-of-a-kind.
Bike and prairie-inspired designs, hand-screened and printed on various items from pillows to patches to your favourite T-Shirt. There’s something for everyone! Other items include hoodies, scarves, cards, postcards, buttons, and magnets.
Boreal Manitoba celebrates the diverse and vibrant people, places, and wildlife in the Boreal Forrest. We are a project of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society’s Manitoba chapter, which is focused on large landscape conservation.
Child & Family Services Foundation Inc
Child & Family Services strives to maintain a strong financial bone through community support to fund programs that promote the safety and security of children and strengthen families.
Child & Family Services of Western Manitoba
Child and Family Services of Western Manitoba invites you to “Make A Difference” in your community. The agency provides many preventative programs in which volunteers play a vital part in efforts to enrich and strengthen the lives of children and families. Please visit us and discuss the many possibilities.
Florian Vorreiter Lutherie
Florian studied the art of lutherie in Europe for 6 years and migrated to Winnipeg in 2007. His workshop is located in Wolseley where he creates a variety of plucked musical instruments. Florian also offers guitar making courses as well as instrument repairs and restorations.
Fruit Share is a network of fruit donors and volunteer pickers who harvest extra fruit in the Brandon and share it with the community.
Adopt a Pet with Funds for Furry Friends (TBA)
Funds for Furry Friends is a nationally registered charity run completelyby volunteers. Operating in Southwestern Manitoba, the rescue works to rescue and rehabilitate cats and dogs in need. On average, the rescue has 60-70 dogs and about 40-50 cats in care – all available for adoption! To learn more, visit their website at www.fundsfurfriends.com
Generations Fibreworks in a local, family-run adventure in alpacas, wool, spinning, and handmade goodies; including hand-spun yarns, woven, crochet and knit items, and body are products. We share our love of fibre both in our hand-crafted items and in teaching others to make their own.
Handmade genuine stone and glass jewellery. All pieces are nickel free. Custom orders are welcome. www.etsy.com/shop/kristasjewellery
Massage by Myles
For a over a decade, Myles has practised massage therapy professional, and has been massaging at the BFMAF for nearly as long. He will do his best to fix your aches and pains. We hear he’s a nice guy; go say hi. You can find him at the back of the crowd.
Melanie of Merridale Flower Barn
Merridale Flower Barn is a home based business offering handmade gift ware including hand made furry monsters, kids ware and baby bibs among other interesting items all lovingly made in Manitoba.
One of a kind jewellery created from antique silver spoons, leather, and recycled materials.
Pillow Pie Upcycled Clothing
Unique one-of-a-kind garments including patchwork clothing & accessories using upcycled sweaters and bedsheets. Custom orders are always welcome!
Pigeon Alley Pottery
High fired pottery of both tableware and sculpture. Hands on demonstrations through out the festival.
Rinne Apparel is a collection of local handmade woman’s clothing, accessories & jewellery. Please visit www.rinneapparel.com to learn more!
Soulful Designs by Amy Smitzniuk
All designs are sourced as locally as possible and are always made one of a kind. From feathers, to semi precious stones, you can find anything your heart desires.
Ten Thousand Villages
Ten Thousand Villages created opportunities for artisans in about 30 developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term, fair trading relationships.
The Temple of Hermes and Isis
Using the archetypical art work of the tarot, Hermes and Isis help people understand personal narratives and consequences of the everyday life.