Below is a listing of the 2016 Second Avenue vendors. Check back to see who’s coming to the 2017 Home County. 

 

Home County provides opportunities for retail vendors to participate in Second Avenue. The vendors are local/fair trade and sell products related to the Festival, do not directly compete with the Craft Artists and have long term relationships with Home County Music & Art Festival. Second Avenue is located north of the bandshell along the path leading to Central/Richmond intersection.

Asiri’s Treasure’s   Booth #432
Daisy Ojeda (Toronto, ON)
asiristreasures@gmail.com
Handmade organic cotton clothing for children & adults. All our products are handmade, ecofriendly and fair trade.


Creative Minds   Booth #134
Michael Cook (Morin-Heights, QC)
Fairly traded ethnic wares created in India, Thailand & Indonesia. Featuring organic Jewellery, multi-functional clothing, ambient lighting, unique handy crafts and much more.


evolve designs   Booth #428
Kris Titus (Castleton, ON)
Women’s summer fashions. Canadian designed. Made through a fair trade partnership that we have established with a cottage business in Vietnam.


Hamro Village   Booth #140
Ash Upadhyay
We are a social brand that offers ethical shopping at its finest.  Designed in Toronto, handmade in Nepal.


Henna and Me   Booth #430
Suzanne E Schwab (Ilderton, ON)
hennaandme@yahoo.ca
Beautiful hand-drawn henna body art. The unique temporary designs are completely free-hand which allows for custom work. All paste is handmade with natural ingredients.


Indo Pacific Inc   Booth #438
Valerie Steele and Daniel Arganaraz (Mississauga, ON)
Silk screened and hand painted clothing for women and children. Silver jewelry using precious and semi-precious stones in unique elegant designs. Truly one-of-a-kind.


Ixchel Treasures   Booth #136
Christine Waddington (Palgrave, ON)
Made from mostly hand-woven textiles, an assortment of unique and practical items including coin purses, pouches, wallets, accessories for small gadgets, leather belts, anklets in all sizes, and shoulder bags. All items are fair trade and made in Guatemala.


Little by Little   Booth #138
Isabel Stigge (London, ON)
Isabel Stigge designs jewellery, textiles and metal art, then employs at-risk parents in Haiti to assemble the products so they can earn an income to keep their families together.


Roots of Tibet   Booth #438
Lobsang Dorjee (Toronto, ON)
rootsoftibet@yahoo.com
Recycled fair trade products from Tibet. Wares include Tibetan yak bone jewellery, cotton bags, cotton & silk dresses, and Yak blankets.


Sparta Country Candles   Booth #132
Jessica Carr (Sparta, ON)
Hand poured, scented candles, candle warmers & accessories.


Talis & Cambodhi Silks   Booth #436
Sylvia Biro (Toronto, ON)
Two lines of fairly traded products: Cambodhi Silks offers a unique range of silk products, including scarves, purses, wallets, knapsacks, and a fun variety of accessories made from colourful recycled rice bags. All of Talis’ silver is made by the Karen Hill Tribe artisans in Thailand and then assembled in Toronto.


Tribal Mountain   Booth #130
Les & Candy MacKay (London, ON)
A London landmark for over 40 years, Tribal Mountain stores reflect our love of travel & the cultures that are a
reflection of the goods we import for sale. Thank You London.