We are proud to showcase a variety of vendors sure to satisfy all your shopping and browsing desires.
Janice and Bill Paterson. Painting faces since 2009, come by and let Janice work her magic for the children in your family. Janice also uses Pyrographic techniques and acrylic paints to create detailed portraits of animals and birds, or burns images into cutting boards, grill scrapers and other hardwood items that Bill makes for her. Purchase your favorite critter to display or use in your cottage, as a unique gift for or to take back to the city to remember your time in Muskoka.
Mary-Ruth Newell. The Garden offers organic, plant based smoothies greenies, baking, breakfast and lunch options, granola, and "ice cream" sandwiches
Jennifer Slavin. Baking
Lynnis Royea. Woolen products and fresh lemonade.
Eva Klowsowska. Perogies, schnitzel, cabbage rolls. Hot and ready to eat or frozen to take home!
Earl Stockley. Fresh kettle corn.
Tam Nguyen. Vietnamese food.
Stephanie Kennedy. Candy coated nuts.
Annemarie Boehm-Tapley. Our beehives are located in the unique region of Muskoka where it is a pure pleasure to live and run our business. As well, we are priviledged to have our honey bee hives located in areas that provide us with the most delicious wildflower honey! Folks have been enjoying it for 3 generations in Canada.
Christa Benedict. Jewelry.
Wendy and Mike Forsythe. We use repurposed glass and wood to create one of a kind treasures for the garden including bird feeders, solar lights, garden art, birdhouses and nesting platforms. You will also discover a variety of one of a kind handknit and crocheted ponchos & wraps, accessories and ornaments when you visit Wendy’s booth.
Marilyn Campbell. Otter Lake Studio. Reversible fingerless mitts, head bands and socks socks socks. Colourful and fun.
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Heather Darlington. Hand spun wool and woolen items, photography.
Marg Bechtel. Hand made leather goods.
Mark and Hazel Lupton. Marks grandparents Art & Mary Lupton/Jennings purchased Lot22 Concession 9 Brunel Township in 1920. Maple syrup was produced in a Grimm evaporator and sold to the Britannia resort. In 1974 Mark helped his dad Frank boil from 300 buckets. Mark and Hazel installed pipelines in 1980 and presently boil in food grade equipment from 4,000 taps.
Cosmo DeMaria. Smoked meats, sausages, cheese.
Monique Poulin. Dog accessories.
Gordon Bowbrick. Photography.
Nicole Allair. Home made jams, pickles and salsa.
Shanna & Rob Todd. Natural & original lavender skincare along with unique lavender inspired goods to help calm & relax. Created in Muskoka by hand. Our collection of skincare products includes natural creams, serums, exfoliants, soaps, tonics, masks, natural fragrances and face cleansers & more. We also produce lavender inspired gift-sets, bouquets, linen spray, bug repellent, toilet perfume, calm mist, sachets, essential oil and lavender infused gift cards.
Barry Anderson. Produce.
Jon and Wendy Baker. Organic produce.
John Earl. Produce.
Jordan McKay. Produce.
Angela Verrier. Our specialty is Goat Milk Soap. What could be more natural than soap made with creamy, vitamin and nutrient-rich goat milk - moisturizing, nourishing and rejuvenating the skin? Handcrafted, cold processed - made with the care of your skin in mind. Try it felted! Remember - " We'd Rather Lather"
Sheila Weishar. Soap, glass art.
Claudette Jesso. Clothing.
Mark Lavine. The Ragz Incredibly Soft Pullovers are designed for instant warmth and comfort after any watersports as well as instant wind protection on boats and around the water at the cottage. We are now a family of 4 Spending our summers in Muskoka, at the cottage and on the water with the incredible Rosseau Market as a regular Friday event that we enjoy being part of.
Susanne Farncombe. Rag rugs.
Sue Stevens. Baggy Pants are fun, quality leisure wear, "the ultimate cottage wear"! The whole family loves to wear baggy pants! From tiny newborns to the XXL adult, our selection of thirteen sizes will fit most everyone. Baggy Pants are made with comfortable and durable fabric - 100% cotton fabrics. They come packaged in their own bag. Additional products - Boxer shorts / sundresses / pillowcases and a great baby line .
Jessica Vergeer. Art. Clothing.
Gil and Christine Moore. Our works have all been hand-crafted by us in our home here in Northern Ontario. All the granite used in our products is found in the Canadian Shield regions of Ontario, including Muskoka, Parry Sound and Algonquin. We then cut the granite with a diamond saw to various sizes and hand polish with up to 14 different diamond grits to achieve the final natural polish.
Pat Orton. Pat the Wood Carver creates one of a kind wooden animal sculptures of all sizes. He has a natural talent to release the spirit of the animal he sees in each piece of wood. He raised farm animals, respectfully hunted, trapped and fished; Pat honours these animal spirits as models for his work.
Daniel Gallant. Daniel transforms driftwood that he collects while exploring Muskoka’s beautiful lakes and rivers into decorative sailboat sculptures. Masts are made of sticks cut and carved by beavers. Each vessel is a Muskoka original, and is painted and sealed to enhance its natural beauty.
Sheldon Hariss. Mirrors.
Tom Conaty, a master carpenter and cabinet maker, uses his expertise and experience working with wood to create unique pieces of art. While decorative, these pieces are also functional. Although some exotic species of wood are used, most has been sourced locally. Every piece is exquisitely turned to reveal the inner beauty of the wood.
Shannon Daines. Farmer.
Joelle Fox. Hand painted and hand built wooden signs from reclaimed & salvaged wood and materials.
Kathy Patterson. What did the fusion of my love of children, sewing, fabric and meeting new people evolve into? Cotton Cravings! 100% cotton children’s and infant summer wear and small quilts for all ages! Cotton Cravings is a home based Muskoka business that has evolved from a love of sewing and creating with fabric. Fabrics are lovingly selected and purchased in limited quantities.
Laura Gilmour. Producer of artisan wild foods and cocktail mixers. Our ingredients are locally foraged in a sustainable manner, and then hand-produced on a small scale in an effort to maintain our focus on providing high quality products made with ecological integrity
Chris Marinakos. At Momma Mari’s we believe that food is all about family and friends. When my dad started his business in 1974, he made sure his products were fresh and homemade. It is very important to me to keep our parents traditions as well as our childhood alive by offering you the quality you deserve. Make sure to come sample our delicious gourmet BBQ and Pasta sauces, and Salad dressings that your family is sure to love. Get sauced the right way!!
Michael and Karen Walsh. We create exclusive and unique Old School Tie Dye. We remember what a quality garment is, everything we create is lovingly hand-made. You will be intrigued with our one-of-a-kind dresses.
MaryKay Melnyk. MyStudioMuskoka is located at our home in Bracebridge, on the shores of Lake Muskoka. MaryKay and Joe Melnyk hand craft custom Greeting Cards and Legacy Scrapbook Albums, available throughout Muskoka and beyond. MaryKay has been “paper crafting” and teaching paper crafting for over 30 years.
Candice Sheriff. Sprouted from the sawdust of our original seed (Live Edge Forest)- MANTUS completes the circle- enabling us to make use of the entire tree, virtually waste free! From fallen tree, to table, to meditation cushion, to custom essential oil holders, mala beads and beyond! We are proud to be expanding our offering of goods from the woods into a yoga line that makes use of our wood shavings and cutoffs in new and innovative ways. We also hand make collapsible weighted hula hoops and offer community as well as private hula hooping fitness and yoga classes throughout Muskoka.
Dan Alonso. Live Edge Forest (LEF) creates original and functional art from fallen Ontario trees with strong hopes to inspire others to embrace nature in their homes. From tree to table, the duo loves the process of creatingcustom pieces for their clients that not only speak to them, but tell a story all their own. Knowing that you are saving a tree by reclaiming the life of another adds significance to the fact that each piece is completely unique and handcrafted by Dan and Candice, here in Muskoka.
Dan Edwards. Hypertufa planters.
Laura Zulak. Reclaimed Irish wool converted into one of a kind bags.
Don Thomson. Northern Embers Art specializes in Handmade Wood Burning Art on beautiful pieces of natural wood. Also known as Pyrography, using fire to create art.
Courtney Dobias. Since arriving in Niagara on the Lake, Canada in 1948, the Pillitteri family has been committed to creating a legacy for generations to follow. Now, over six decades later, Pillitteri Estates Winery proudly continues a family tradition of viticulture and winemaking excellence.
Marc DeGroote. Marc is currently on a leave of absence. We look forward to his return.