As National Indigenous Peoples Day (NIPD) approaches, Circles for Reconciliation gears up for a special celebration at Sergeant Tommy Prince Place on Friday, June 21st, 2024. Among the festivities, the Artisan Market stands out as a vibrant showcase of First Nation, Inuit and Métis (FNIM) creativity and craftsmanship. Here’s an exciting tidbit: Artisan Tables are available FREE of charge!

First Nation, Inuit, and Métis artisans are invited to participate in the Artisan Market at NIPD completely free of charge, alongside non-Indigenous individuals. It’s an opportunity not only to showcase exquisite handcrafted items but also to connect with a diverse audience and potential customers.

At Circles for Reconciliation, we believe in the power of community support. By offering Artisan Tables at no cost, we aim to empower FNIM entrepreneurs and small businesses, providing them with a platform to thrive and flourish. It’s our way of fostering economic growth and sustainability within FNIM communities.

Whether you’re a seasoned artisan or just starting your entrepreneurial journey, we welcome you to be part of our NIPD celebration. Reserve your FREE Artisan Table today and be a vital part of this cultural extravaganza.

For more information on how to register as an artisan vendor, please contact Janelle, at or call 1-866-794-2017. Additionally, please note that corporate vendors are priced at $200, while non-profit organizations can secure a table for $75. However,  the Artisan Tables are FREE!

In the spirit of community and generosity, we kindly ask artisans to donate one item from their collection for hourly draws during the event. Your contribution will add to the excitement of the celebration and showcase the beauty of FNIM and non-Indigenous craftsmanship.

Let’s make this National Indigenous Peoples Day a memorable and impactful event together. Join us in celebrating FNIM culture, creativity, and entrepreneurship.