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The Heart & Pocket Revue | Independent Craft Market

Updated: Nov 3




Saturday, November 19, 10 — 4pm

Royal Canadian Legion, 15 Lorne Street, Sackville, NB

The Owens Art Gallery and Struts Gallery are pleased to present the Heart & Pocket Revue, an independent market featuring handmade wares by regional and national artists and artisans curated from an open call for proposals.


Admission Free/Masks Mandatory


Featuring wares by


Alana Morouney

Anointment Natural Skin Care

Atelier Imago

Bailey Cameron

Baytown Creative

Cricket Sound Studios

Fairy Ware

Gobsmacked Yarn

Izzy Francolini

Jerry Ropson

Jeska Grue

Jon Claytor & Ashley Legere

Kaeli Cook Pottery

Katelynne Cagliostro

Laura Katherine Watson

Lichen & Lace

Melissa Gauthier

Nothing Else Press

Patrick Allaby

Rebecca Blankert

Shoshi Designs

Susie Vokey

The Hardscrabble Press

VeeBee Shoppee

Wild Bramble Nursery

Willow Farm



Also featuring a rug hooking demo extravaganza with artist Libbie Farrell!


Libbie Farrell will be spending the day working on a new rug and folks will have the opportunity to stop by, learn a bit of rug hooking, and contribute some stitches to a rug. Experience the highs and lows of rug hooking… in real time!


About the artist: Libbie Farrell (She/They) is a white settler and interdisciplinary artist from rural Treaty 6 Territory (Alberta), Canada. An interdisciplinary artist, they create fiber, textile, print, and performance art, that uses appropriation of materials and imagery as a major tool. Their work uses comedy to explore their relationship to, and alienation from gender and womanhood.


This event is presented as part of Bordertown Festival organized by the Town of Sackville, NB.


Venue Access Level entry with a sloped sidewalk to the front door. The event is held on the second floor of the building. To use the wheelchair-accessible elevator to second floor, please speak to an organizer or volunteer. There is one flight of stairs to second floor with handrails on either side.


Aisles between vendor tables are wheelchair and mobility aid accessible.

Washrooms on second floor are gendered multi-stall (women’s and men’s) and a single occupancy gender neutral wheelchair accessible bathroom (along opposite wall).

Parking is available in front of the venue, across the street and downtown (a two-minute walk away).


COVID Protocols

Masks are mandatory. The safety of participants and organizers is of utmost importance to us. Thanks for complying.


Illustration by Talysha Bujold-Abu