All articles offered for sale or displayed with the intent of promoting a craft must be handcrafted by the Guild member whose name and signature appear on the market application.
All articles offered for sale must meet all Federal, Provincial, Municipal and Guild regulations regarding their individual craft (labels, CSA approvals, etc). Failure to comply with regulations will require the immediate removal of all effected items from the sale.
All articles offered for sale (by class of item) must have been juried and approved within the preceding five years. Items which have not been juried will be removed from the sale.
No materials, tools, equipment or live plants are to be offered for sale.
MARKET REGULATIONS MENU
1.0 Hancrafted Articles
3.0 Retail Sales Tax
4.0 Booth Assignments
5.0 Booth Set-Up
6.0 Booth Take-Down
7.0 Marketers’ Responsibilities
8.0 Unacceptable Actions
9.0 Consequences of Violations
Full Version PDF of the Market Regulations can be found on the Downloads Page .
Kits will not be allowed for sale except those kits that:
• Have been created by the Guild member from patterns and instructions of their own original design,
• Represent finished products that the Guild member also has for sale at that market,
• Have been tested and approved by the Jury Committee to ensure that they assemble as intended.
For more information contact market coordinator .