The inaugural Communities United Pop-Up held in February at the Northeast HUB introduced community members to local small businesses! Although the day was frigidly cold, the warmth inside the building radiated through the smiles of those browsing through the stalls enjoying the local entrepreneurs.
Let’s meet some of the Pop-Up vendors!
Miranda is a member of our community and is passionate about being involved in community events! As an independent representative for Pink Zebra products, she enjoys sharing her love for the products with everyone she meets.
Chelsea is a stay-at-home mom with her wonderful children, yet that doesn’t keep her away from creating! She makes handmade products for your little one’s, and are they ever cute!
If you are looking for some unique jewelry and gifts look no further! All of the Mayqua products are handmade… in our community.
There is nothing better than an item created from those who it originated! Those who attended the Pop-Up were in awe of the craftsmanship of the dreamcatchers made by Rosanna! Some lucky guests even got to witness them being created.. simply wonderful.
With a smile that shines for miles Yamilet displayed the jewelry handmade by herself and her family. There were so many amazing pieces to choose from. Check out our next Pop-Up to get a look at the craftsmanship yourself!
Pamela is a registered massage therapist who love’s using her knowledge to rid you of aches, pains, and stress! She loved chatting to the Pop-Up visitors about the services she offers – even providing mini-massages to those who visited. It was wonderful having you Pamela
Dani-Fierce clothing designs clothing specifically made for you! Her passion for her craft and love for personalization was infectious. With Dani by your side, you will never have to worry about ill fitting clothing again. Thank you for inspiring us with your vision Dani!
Masterpieces were on display as you walked through the Pop-Up! Fardos and her son Mustafa loved explaining the origins of the art.. painted here in our neighbourhood! Supporting local artists is so important, there is nothing better than a high quality art piece made by someone in your community.