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All these little things (new in 2016, occasional)

Catering, Event coordinator, cooking classes.
Meal planning, personal training, nutrition consulting.
Eyelash extension technician, Unique gifts.

Contact: Paola Fedow — 250-344-0492 — and on

Amico - meats - (occasional)

An Italian Deli and Butcher Shop established in 2016, located in downtown Golden, 429 9th Ave North.

We proudly serve fresh, all natural, grass-fed meats, 100% free of GMO's, hormones and antibiotics. All our meats and cheeses are locally sourced and meet our standards as well as "the man's". AAA Beef, Lamb, Pork, Chicken, Whole Lamb/Pig Roasts, Fresh Deli meats, Konig Sausages, Italian Sausages (made in house).

We carry a wide variety if cheeses, olives and deli meats. Plus lots of miscellaneous items to help aid or spice up your kitchen life.

Contact: — 250-344-2446 — email: and on

Annita's Kitchen (new in 2016)

Home Baked Goodness
Apple sauce muffins, Breads, Toffee squares, Playdough, Fudge, Cookie, Squares, Jam/jelly, Rhubarb, and vegetables in season.

Contact: Annita — 250-439-9825 — email: and on

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  • Beginning of time design unique jewelry (may be rare, and wednesdays only)

    Contact: Kathy Kayter 250-344-1364 — based south in the valley

    Big Dump Plungers (rare visit)

    Toilet plungers from recycled sporting equipment!

    Our plungers are fun and fully functional toilet plungers made from recycled sporting equipment. A part of our profits are donated to sanitation efforts in developing countries. Our plungers are the perfect addition to your bathroom decor and will Keep your guests laughing long after they have dropped into the bowl.

    Contact: Kelly McBroom — based in Canmore — email: Websites:, Instagram,

    Brad Barnes Photography (once visit)

    I sign and sell copies of my book, The Reluctant Canadian as well as wildlife/scenic prints and cards
    The Reluctant Canadian is inspired by Canada's real-life Child Immigration Scheme, a largely forgotten program that brought upwards of 100,000 supposedly orphaned and abandoned British children to Canada to act as much-needed farm labourers and servants ("home children") from 1860 to the 1920s

    I am recently retired and will be travelling throughout Alberta and BC selling my book and educating individuals about British Home Children, a little known but important event in Canada's history. I am also a wildlife/scenic photographer.

    Contact: Brad Barnes — Websites: and

    CC Pies & Baked Goods

    CC Pies & Baked Goods

    CC Pies & Baked Goods (occasional)


    Cherisse Feldberg

    Creston Cherries

    Creston Cherries (occasional)

    Fresh fruits

    Operator: Mladen

    Crowfoot Media (rare visit)

    The Canadian Rockies Annual brings together the best of two genres: the curated appeal of a magazine – featuring a range of styles, article lengths, voices and visuals – and the heft of a book, complete with distraction-free reading and exceptional design.

    Published by Crowfoot Media, the Canadian Rockies Annual is an archival-quality mountain culture publication that combines captivating storytelling with striking visuals and beautiful design. Each issue takes the reader on a journey through the Canadian Rockies' cultural landscape, and delves into the dynamic forces that impact our lives in the mountains. The Canadian Rockies Annual brings together the best of two genres: the curated appeal of a magazine – featuring a range of styles, article lengths, voices and visuals – and the heft of a book, complete with distraction-free reading and exceptional design. DETAILS: 100 pages, minimal advertising (14 pages), soft touch cover, perfect bound, full colour on a combination of coated and uncoated paper. Printed in Canada.

    Contact: Dee Larosa — Website:

    Child and youth mental health and substance abuse (CYMHSU) - (occasional)

    Access to mental health services. Golden action team. Fundraiser.

    Contact: Various

    DYLA'S sweet treats (new in 2016, occasional)

    White chocolate lavender truffle bar, Chocolate peanut butter bar, Jungle bark Green tea truffles, White chocolate raspberry truffles, Coffee truffles.

    Danielle and Ryla selling their handcrafted, made with love, truffles and chocolates. Ryla and Danielle came up with the idea of DYLA'S sweet treats. Their goodies are homemade and do not contain gluten. Ryla and Danielle are best friends who love to create things together and that's when they came up with the idea. Hope you enjoy their gourmet sweets!

    Contact: Ryla and Danielle

    Eat Pure Mountain Market (new in 2016)

    Fresh, local organic, bulk.

    Has a store location on 1007 10th street — 250-344-2285 — email: — website: — and on

    Encore. Toujours. Caz. (new in 2016)

    Handmade with love
    Funky knitted & crocheted creations, accessories, etc...

    Contact: Caroline — email: and on

    ElectroRecycle (rare visit)

    Small appliance and power tool recycling program, and more

    Next scheduled stop in Golden is 2016 september 24.

    Contact: — hotline: 1-800-667-4321 or 604-732-9253 — Website:

    Foster Photography

    Foster Photography (occasional)

    Conceptual photographer

    Scott Foster — 250-272-1407 — PO Box 1965, Golden, BC, V0A 1H0
    Website: and on

    George Faltus (occasional)

    Owns All position welding and creates jewelry occasionally

    Contact: George Faltus — phone: 250-344-7235 —

    Golden Museum

    Golden Museum (occasional)

    Prints, postcards, and books on Golden's history.

    Visit the museum at 1302 11th ave s — 250-344-5169 — email: and on

    Golden Women's Resource Centre

    Golden Women's Resource Centre (occasional)

    Golden Women's Resource Centre is involved with the Golden Community Resource Network and will be coordinating an education campaign for our community. We would like to spread awareness about domestic and elder abuse and neglect at the Golden Farmer's Market. We will be sharing information on how to identify abuse and neglect, and what they can do about it if they are concerned about somebody.

    Contact: Jacqueline Miles — 250-344-5317 — email: .

    Granny Vans Preserves (new in 2017)

    Sweet relish, sweet beats, bread and butter, and Garlic Dills.

    We will be taking orders for Granny Vans Garlic Dill Pickles and will be ready for Christmas.

    Contact: Janna — Email:

    Haley's rice bags and Mykayla's Bath Shop (new in 2016, occasional)

    Rice bags and Bath salts, bath bomb, lip balm.

    Contact: Mykayla Larose — Email:


    Henna (new in 2017, occasional)

    Temporary tatoos

    Honey Bee's Garden (new in 2016, saturdays only)

    Handcrafted Preserves and Fabric Art

    Melissa Kardash, Castledale, BC and Calgary, AB — 403-671-6519 — email: and on

    Jane Fearing

    Jane Fearing

    Jane Fearing Baking (occasional)

    Fabulous baking. You will come back!

    Jane Fearing

    Joni Young Art

    I love to paint vibrant works of art on canvas, rocks, gourds, etc.

    Joni Young

    Jo Wilson Crafts

    Jo Wilson Crafts

    Jo Wilson Crafts (new in 2017, occasional)

    Jo Wilson — Email:

    Kalika (new in 2016, occasional)


    Contact: Liette Foy — Websites: etsy, Instagram

    Kalika Bowlby (occasional)


    I make objects to slow us down in a busy world. They are objects that invite us to set the table, take time to prepare and share a meal, reminders that eating and drinking can nourish us on many levels, objects to help us celebrate the simple, beautiful moments of every day.

    Contact: Kalika Bowlby — Email: — Websites:, Instagram

    Khaos Theory Leather (new in 2016, occasional)

    Handmade leather products

    Such as moccasins, sandals, masks, wallets and jewelry.

    Contact: Brent Klassen — Website:

    Marie's Custom Braiding

    Marie's Custom Braiding (new in 2017)

    Various products made of braided or knotted Paracord (parachute cord), including but not limited to; dog leashes, collars, horse leads, reins, bracelets, necklaces, key chains, lanyards, rifle slings, covered phone cords, pacifier lanyards. I also make jute monkey fist cat toys.

    My braided Nylon paracord leashes are perfect for BC's climate as they don't rot or mildew, are extremely strong and are now made with a reflective tracer.

    Contact: Marie Lalancette — Phone: 250-632-1988 — Email:

    Mark Cameron (once visit)

    Writer/bloger, avid traveler, entrepreneur, husband and father of two unschooled children. Hang usually seaside of Gibson, BC. Currently doing a tour of BC towns.

    Novel for sale: Goodnight Sunshine

    Contact: — Email: — Website:

    Maxine — Simple lines (new in 2016)

    Handcrafted sterling silver & copper jewelry

    Contact: Maxine Lockeridge — Phone: 250-272-3044 — Email:

    Mini Cones (occasional)

    Ice cream cones

    Mountain Metal Art (occasional)

    Jewelry - Singular designs in sculpted jewelry

    Semi-precious stones and sterling silver

    Contact: Judy Malone —

    Rocky Mountain Nail Company (new in 2016)

    Nail polish

    The Rocky Mountain Nail Company is proud to offer our hand mixed and poured nail polish - made without some of the worst chemicals traditionally found in nail polish. We make our nail polish with no formaldehyde, no dibutyl phtalate, no toluene, no camphor and no formaldehyde resin.
    Now, we can't make nail polish healthy... it is still paint after all; but we have developed a healthier alternative to many products on the market today, and it's great polish!
    Live healthier whenever you can!

    Contact: Laura

    Soupa (occasional)

    Soups. Lovingly crafted weekly in Golden, BC.

    Contact: Terri Blizzard — Phone: 250-344-6688 — Email: — Website:

    Susan (occasional)

    Pies, sauces, pickles, jams...

    Contact: Susan

    Taynton Bay Spirits

    Taynton Bay Spirits (new in 2017, occasional)

    Liquor Spirits and Bitters.

    Hand crafted small batches of spirits and bitters made locally in Invermere BC. Made for drinkers by drinkers.

    Contact: Nicole Gionette, based in Invermere, 1701 6th Ave — Phone: 250-342-5271 — Email: — on

    The Cracked Egg Bakery (occasional)


    Contact: Pam Clough — Phone: 250-344-6479

    Timeless Designs (new in 2016, occasional)


    Contact: Alexandra Shuba — Email:

    Twirly Girls (new in 2017, occasional)

    Coconut oil Popped Corn, macrame, crocheting, knitting, wood crafts, various crafts,jewellery and decor.

    We are the Twirly Girls, busy crafting to support our addiction to participating in as many classes as possible at Golden's Stages School of Dance. We enjoy making beautiful, creative, whimsical and practical items. All proceeds of our markets go to paying for our dance classes at Golden's very own dance studio - Stages School of Dance. The proceeds also allow us to participate in dance competitions and the traveling involved. We strive to bring new creative items to each market we participate in. Looking forward to saying Hi!

    Contact: Amy Cavers — Email:

    Kerri and Aaron

    Kerri and Aaron

    Weeping Willow Garden (occasional)

    Four varieties of garlic, bird houses, prints on wood, and more crafts (see photos!).

    Contacts: Aaron Enns, ACMG ski guide, artist. 250-344-5007 and Kerri Lautamus, massage, reflexology, yoga. 250-439-8035

    Whiskey Hills Farms

    Whiskey Hills Farms (occasional)

    Produce: Cucumbers, zucchini, beets, carrots, potatoes.

    White Heart Miracles (occasional)

    Handcrafted Jewelry

    Contact: Helena Fuoco — Email: — Website:

    WildSafe BC

    Wildsafe BC

    WildSafe BC (non-profit) (occasional)

    WildSafeBC is a program created by the British Columbia Conservation Foundation (BCCF) that includes Bear Aware. The goal this year has been to expand the program to include other problem wildlife such as cougar, coyote and mule deer.

    Kyle Edworthy, Sarah Osadetz
    Website: Wildsafe BC



    Wildsight Golden (non-profit) (occasional)

    Wildsight works locally, regionally and globally to protect biodiversity and encourage sustainable communities in Canada's Columbia and southern Rocky Mountain region.

    Jane Powell

    Wolf Awareness Inc.

    Wolf Awareness Inc. (occasional)

    Wolf Awareness Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing positive attitudes towards predators in general, the wolf in particular, and an appreciation of the environment of which all of us are a part.
    We are committed to wolf conservation through research and public education regarding the ecology of the gray wolf, Canis lupus. WAI has worked closely with wolf research projects across Canada, recieving the most up-to-date information about studies while providing donated funds to support research that has improved our understanding of this extremely intelligent and social large carnivore.
    Members of Wolf Awareness Inc. receive our quarterly newsletter Howlings. In addition, members who participate in our Follow My Paw Prints Program as sponsors also receive quarterly updates on the activities of the wolves in the research area. Our Follow My Paw Prints Program provides people with a unique opportunity to get to know a wild wolf or pack while also helping to support scientific research efforts.

    250-272-4695 or email
    Websites (not working on all browsers): (new) and (old)

    Yoda's Pops (occasional)

    Home made popsicles

    Contact: —

    Your political party of BC (YPP) - (once visit)

    New political party for BC!

    YPP is based on:
    • true government transparency
    • triple sustainability
    • the end of partisan politics
    • listening to british columbians

    Contact: YPP — Phone: 604-805-3547 — Email: — Website:

    In memoriam

    Ellen's Crafts

    Hand sewn and knit scarves, afghans, hanging towels and more.

    Our dear friend Ellen Carlson passed away on December 23rd, 2013 just one week shy of her 83rd birthday. We will miss her and her "dancing shoes".

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