Winter Market at Green Door in Kimberley

Shop for the unique in Kimberley’s Platzl this weekend

Last year's market at the Green Door.

The Kimberley Winter Market moves from the Mark Creek Mall to the more cozy environs of the Green Door this Saturday and Sunday.

“The Kimberley & District Chamber of Commerce and the Green Door are teaming up to have a cozy holiday setting for this week’s market,” said  Chamber Manager Mike Guarnery. “This week’s market will have 11 vendors.”

After the weekend at the Green Door the Winter Market moves back to Mark Creek Mall until at least December 21.

The Winter Market is open to artisans, and people who have items they might like to sell for Christmas. The Chamber is looking for more vendors to participate in the markets.

Guarnery says the price is right, for even the smallest home-based business. The cost for booth space will be $15.00 for Chamber members and $35.00 for non-Chamber members. Price includes both Saturday and Sunday. Some spaces will have access to electricity for an additional $5.

If you have items you want to bring your table and make extra income during the Christmas shopping and early ski season, contact the Chamber at (250) 427-3666.


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