We are fortunate in our journey, to meet various people skilled in traditional crafts. This knowledge is as important to pass on as it is to preserve.
Recently we were introduced to Luke Gavin, an Indigenous artist passing on the skill of wood carving to his young son. While his son may be too young to fully understand the importance of his culture, he is still learning – and it will serve him well as he grows!
Luke has a couple of hand carved walking sticks for sale and is working on more. All sticks are treated with tung oil (a natural preservative for wood).
Priced at $60 ea., these are available for pick up in Niagara Falls.
Along with our “usual” goods, we have a few unique items for sale. Items may be picked up in Port Colborne, at our next event, or arrangements for shipping/delivery can be made at an additional cost. To purchase any of …Continue reading →
A November chill is in the air…time to break out the cold weather gear! We have two fur hats and four pair of mitts available – all handmade, all one-of-a-kind! The furs were all ethically/sustainably acquired by Indigenous hunters; prepared …Continue reading →
The colder weather is upon us and that means no more outdoor events. Of course, we still have many items available! If you are interested in anything specific, please contact us and let us know. We will do our best …Continue reading →