Welcome to our Métis Market

Browse through our vendors. Your support helps each and everyone in the community.

Métis Cultural Days 2021 Vendors

Be sure to visit our vendors and information booths set up on Boomtown Street at the Western Development Museum!
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10: 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11: 10:30 AM – 8:00 PM
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Be Well for Life

Metaphysical, mini-readings, prisms, dreamcatcher, sage, willow bunches.

Claire's Closet

Beadwork, moccasins, mukluks, ribbon shirts/skirts, and jewelry.

Corine's Crafts

Beadwork and antler work.

Dream Chaser Designs

Dreamcatchers, personalized items, cups, jewelry, Balloons, etc.

Eden Laliberte - Youth Entrepreneur

Repurposed and new Métis inspired jewelry with a foundation in furs. I am 12 years old and with the help of my parents I love to create wearable art inspired by my culture.

Elders Hawk Caribou & Moh O'Brien

Traditional Medicine

His Bead Store

Beading Kits, Gifts, Metis Gifts.

Huda Jewelry

Henna Tattoo & Jewelry

Kookum's House

Smudge Kits, Smudge Spray, Handmade Firebowls, Handpoured Candles, etc.

Little Feather Creations

Unique aboriginal dog clothes, original ribbon skirts, star quilts, custom jewelry.

Lucy Vermette

Metis vests, Aboriginal clothing and beadwork, moccasins, beaded jewelry.

Elders Marlene Conron and Kay Pruden

Homemade dog biscuits, jewelry, flowers, dreamcatchers, and wool.

Prairie Lotus

Aboriginal apparel & giftware, traditional teas, kokum scarves, bead supplies.

Rebellion Apparel

Metis inspired t-shirts, hoodies and accessories. Formerly called Metis Me now called Rebellion.

Rose's Quilts

Aprons, makeup bags, tote bags, pencil cases, coasters, placemats.

Saskatoon Crime Stoppers

Visit their information booth set up in the Metis Market on Boomtown Street at the Saskatoon Western Development Museum.

In the spirit of reconciliation.

The Métis Cultural Days will play host to community participation, awareness and engagement in Métis Arts, Culture and History.