2021 is a go !!!!!!
Application availabe soon
Built with old-growth beams from the 1800s and colourful red bricks for the facade, these buildings create an inviting environment for the curious. This Holiday season it is also a beautiful space for the Nomad Holiday Market.
The Nomad Holiday Market brings Artists from all over Vancouver Island. These fine makers use their creative talents to create works of beauty for the eyes and sometimes tummies. There will be distilleries, foodies, crafts, and art.
We have some food trucks and live entertainment from local talent.
Located on the E&N property is an old red rail car. This year we are working with the Cool-Aid Society to fill it full of food and warm clothing for the people that need it. It will be open for the duration of the event. Even if you don't want to shop please bring by a donation.
In 2019 year we gathered over 2000 lbs of food and 3000.00 in cash and inkind donations for the Salvation Army.
This year we would like to do the same or more to help the Cool Aid Society.
Each artist at the show will donate an item and with over 60 vendors that will be a lot of really great gifts. We will create 6 gift baskets and give two away each day. You won't have to be there to win. When you arrive fill out a ballot, make your way to the draw box as you take in all the talent the show has to offer. If your name is drawn, we will contact you by email or phone.
We have all seen the news regarding the homeless and hungry. Make a difference this holiday season and help us fill the red rail car. Bring some non perishable items and turn your day pass into a weekend pass. See more about this in the ticket sales column. The Cool Aid society will be the recipient of a rail car of food. We will need your help to make this happen. See below for more information
Hours of operation
Food or foodies that is the question ?
To eat or not to eat
is not the question to ask at this event.
We will have sweets things like
chocolates and bakeries.
As an added bonus some distilleries,
breweries and food trucks.
What is art anyway and who gets to be the judge of what is good art?
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
This show will be a feast for eyes, as we showcase a wide array of artists and crafts.
Be prepared to shop and find some surprising good buys.
Hand Crafted beverages
It is no secret that our Island makes some fine craft beers, wine and spirits.
We will have a few at this show.
Sample some wine, beer and whisky all made in B.C.