Local artisans have market of their own

The Friday night Artisan Market is delighting tourists and locals alike in Qualicum Beach for its third year running.

The Friday night Artisan Market is up and running in Qualicum Beach. Here local glass blower Ted Jolda (far right) displays some of this glass creations.

The Friday night Artisan Market is delighting tourists and locals alike in Qualicum Beach for its third year running.

Located beside The Old School House arts centre on Fern Road, local artisans will be selling everything from pottery, glass work, jewelry, paintings, carvings, clothing and more until August 19.

Live music will also be playing at the market, with sounds of jazz, blues, country and folk.

The market takes place every Friday evening from 3 to 8 p.m.

For more information on the market and the artisans visit the website at www.artisansinqualicumbeach.shawwebspace.ca.

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