Find over 85 vendors at this year’s Fall For Local artisan marketplace


One of Vancouver’s favourite artisan, craft, DIY, and food markets, Fall For Local, will host their popular annual autumn event this weekend in North Vancouver.

Taking place over two days, September 29-30, Fall For Local features over 85 vendors under one roof, great workshops and demos, food trucks, and a sweet swag bag packed with goodies for the first 50 shoppers each day.

Fall For Local Vancouver
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Fall For Local is meticulously curated to reflect the best of the region, ranging from decor items like artwork and candles to jewellery, clothing, home goods, accessories, dishware and ceramics, children’s clothing, edible goods (like Bench Bakehouse, who are opening up a shop soon!), and so much more. A full list of participating vendors is available online.

Your ticket, which is $3 advance and $5 cash at the door, includes unlimited re-entry all weekend, too. Two hours of free parking is available nearby at the Lonsdale Quay Market parkade (123 Carrie Cates Court)  and the ICBC parkade (151 West Esplanade), or you are steps from the SeaBus and local buses.

It’s a great time to get a jump on holiday shopping, or to treat yourself (you deserve it), or to just have a fun outing with friends.

Fall For Local

When: September 29 and Sunday September 30, 2018 from 11 am to 5 pm
Where: The Pipe Shop Building — 115 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver
Tickets: Pre-sale online $3 (ends September 28); door $5 (cash only); free for kids 12 & under

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Lindsay is the Managing Editor of Vancouver Is Awesome. A fifth generation Vancouverite, she was previously the Food Editor of Daily Hive, Senior Editor of Vancity Buzz, and Editor-in-Chief of Lindsay grew up in Vancouver and Toronto, then spent over 20 years in Los Angeles, where SHE (look no typo!) earned her Masters in English, attended culinary school, and was an English professor. Lindsay's first published piece was December 1980 in The Province; it was her letter to Santa. E-mail: