Vancouver musician, mother, curious musicologist and advocate of flavour, Monica Lee will bring us fun, interactive songs from her Jump Into Music program. We are very excited that Monica will also return as MC of our Zucchini Races!
Paul Silveria is a musician, songwriter, dance caller, and community organizer who engages audiences of all ages with interactive old-time music and dance!
EartHand Gleaners Society creates environmental art programs which foster multicultural, interdisciplinary collaboration among community members and professionals in the fields of education, sciences and the arts.
The Gravel-Aires are Mark Branscombe, singer/songwriter guitarist and harmonica player with Michael Mahoney, guitarist/dobro/mandolin player, singer/songwriter.
Robin Layne Marimba
Juno nominated percussionist Robin Layne has worked with many of Canada's finest global artists and toured throughout China, Europe, Mexico, US and Canada. Join him and his students for a workshop and performance
Community Leader Faith Greer, in conjunction with the Kitsilano Neighborhood House, presents "Story Walks" featuring Indigenous and environmental stories for us all to share. Enjoy beautiful stories written by incredible artists
Ingrid Broussillion is a French language storyteller. In 2018 she founded Griottes Polyglottes who lead acting, improvisation and storytelling classes in French for adults and kids!
Kickstand is a volunteer-run cycling and recycling resource center, located in East Vancouver. A non-profit society, we provide a low-barrier and affordable workspace to anyone interested in repairing or working on their bike.
The Kate MacPhail Group is a boutique, full-service team with unparalleled service and a thoughtful approach to real estate.
Zesty Lemon Clothing Co.
The Zesty Lemon Clothing Co. is for the one who recognizes their heart, loves their curves, courageously blooms, and lives joyfully.
Iron Dog Books
The core values of Indigenous-owned Iron Dog Books are community, empathy, intellectual engagement, and accessibility. They aim to create a place where folks feel welcome and books find the people who need them.
Red Fox Healthy Living Society promotes healthy active living among children and youth, and fosters employment and life skills in youth who face barriers.
Shelter Movers is a national, volunteer-powered charitable organization providing moving and storage services at no cost to women and children fleeing abuse. With their help, survivors of gender-based violence transition to a better, safer life.
Tradish's mission is to deliver and bring accessibility of traditional Indigenous nourishment, to urban indigenous and non-indigenous health conscience people. We put emphasis on decolonized, organic, indigenous, sustainable, nourishment.
Fruit Tree Project
The Fruit Tree Project are a grassroots organization and registered charity focused on picking backyard fruit trees in Vancouver with a dedicated team of volunteers.
GW Food Connection
Grandview Woodland Food Connection is a neighbourhood organization supporting the health and well-being of those who are struggling financially in our neighbourhood by promoting an accessible, just and sustainable food system for our community.
Vancouver Tool Library
The Vancouver Tool Library is a cooperative tool lending library. We loan a wide variety of tools for home repair, gardening, and bicycle maintenance. We also offer affordable workshops on tool related skills and projects.
Authentic pizza, straight from a woodfire oven! Everyone's favourite neighbourhood pizza restaurant comes to McSpadden Park for one day each year!
The home of the world’s best Gluten-Free Ice Cream Sandwiches. Try one of our house specialties or create your own from our daily selection of dairy or plant-based ice creams paired with fresh baked cookies.
Leading the sustainable food-business movement, Focacciaza is an ultra green business offering the highest quality Italian street food.
Flavours of Hope
Flavours of Hope is a non-profit social enterprise that supports refugee newcomer women to earn livable income and build social connections in communities through cooking and sharing culinary traditions and stories.
4th Avenue Treats
Fourth Avenue Treats specializes in vegan and gluten-free treats everyone can enjoy, regardless of their dietary needs. Owner, Naomi Levitin, is a neighbourhood mom who started her business out of her home kitchen on E.4th Ave.
Melissa and Niki are two fun loving potters who have been making pottery for over 20 years!
They share a studio in the east Vancouver neighborhood of Strathcona.
To get a feel for the flavour of the fair, check out our 2019 SHORT FILM featuring the famous East Van Zucchini Races...