Artisan Market – A Unique Store

A place where local authors have an opportunity to present their stories to residents

When you walk into the Artisan Market you are not walking into one store but dozens.  It is a place that supports Leduc Artisan Vendors by providing them a space to show local handcrafted quality products. Home-based businesses and local artists lease a space and display their products for sale where a sales associate is available to complete transactions.

It is also a place where local authors have an opportunity to present their stories to residents. The store provides opportunities for various workshops throughout the year for individuals wishing to acquire skills in areas of interest.

On May 2nd from 10 AM to 3 PM the Artisan Market will be hosting their 2nd Anniversary Celebration.  There will be a number of special guest vendors including Rustic Barnyard hosting painting demonstrations and authors from Dream Write Publishing giving readings including our book Sweaty Eyes.



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