Crafter & Artisan Review

Members of the Craft & Artisan Review Committee are volunteers and are market craft & artisan vendors themselves. You can email the committee at

We are a “Make It, Bake It, Grow It, Sell It Yourself” market – be sure that you make your offerings yourself and that they abide by all the Market Policies.  Please read the “Craft Policies” section in the Moss Street Market Policy Manual, 2020 to ensure the items you wish to sell are in keeping with the market’s policies and philosophy. Preference is given to eco-conscious or ‘green’ crafts.

Unfortunately, applications remain closed at this time (as we currently have space for only returning vendors).

Is there an Application Form?

Complete a Craft/Service Application Form. Craft/Service reviews are held, by invitation, in March, April, and May. If invited for a review, bring a sample of every type of item you wish to sell and your complete Inquiry Form. All items intended for sale must first be approved by the Craft & Artisan Review Committee. If you are under 15 please contact us for information on craft & artisan reviews.

I was Approved. Now What?

If approved by the Craft Review Committee, before selling at the market, you will be forwarded a Membership Registration & Participant Agreement Form to complete and you will need to pay the $31.50 Annual Membership Fee.  

Note to health product and cosmetics vendors:  It’s the vendor’s responsibility to ensure they comply with all local, provincial and federal regulations and laws. Please see Health Canada’s website here for more information on their legislation. 

Approved vendors must sell at least once during the following four market days or your reviewed status will expire, and you must then re-apply to the Craft & Artisan Review Committee. Bear in mind that vendors must sell at the market four or more times per year or your approved status will expire.

We offer the option for approved vendors to reserve a stall for the season (at a 20% discount). We also retain a number of drop-in stalls ($35+GST for a regular stall, $40+GST for a premium stall). Drop-in stalls are available on a first-come, first-served basis to approved vendors. If you are not reserving your space for the entire market season, you are a drop-in vendor. Drop-in vendor fees are collected each week by market staff, or you may pay and book stalls in advance. Drop-in spots are handed out on a “first come first serve basis” each market day or can be paid for and booked with our Market Manager.  Approved drop-in vendors may queue as early as 8:00am at the flag pole to await a spot. In consideration of our neighbors, vendors are reminded to not arrive to the market site or queue earlier than 8:00am on market day. 

If any reserved spots remain open for the season, newly approved vendors may request to reserve a spot. Reserved spots may be booked by emailing

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