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The Disability Artisan Market
[Image Description: The Disability Artisan Market graphic, featuring a light blue background with white clouds. At the top are the words “The Disability Collective & Wagner-Green Centre for Access and Inclusion present” in capital letters. Below are the words “The Disability Artisan Market” in a cursive font. Below are the words “Sunday, August 27, 2023 | 11 AM - 4 PM”, “Dufferin Grove Park”, “Crafts | Food & Drinks | Gifts”, and “Free Admission”, all in capital letters. All text is in blue. At the top left and right corners are multicoloured tassel banners. At the bottom left and right corners are green trees, and at the bottom is grass. In the centre of the grass is a light pink booth with a multicoloured tassel banner on top. In the centre of the booth are various crafts, and underneath is a string of lights. Below are The Disability Collective and the Wagner-Green Centre for Access and Inclusion logos. Below the booth are the words “thedisabilitycollective.com” and “mnjcc.org/access” in capital blue font. To the left and right of the booths are several shopping bags in pink, blue, and purple.]
Sunday, August 27
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Dufferin Grove Park
875 Dufferin Street, Toronto
After the incredibly successful inaugural Disability Holiday Market in December 2022, The Disability Collective and the Wagner-Green Centre for Access and Inclusion are thrilled to present The Disability Artisan Market! This event will feature work created solely by disabled artists. Stop by to shop arts and crafts made by local disabled artists and enjoy food & drinks from community vendors!
The Disability Artisan Market will allow disabled artists to showcase and sell their work in a fun and community-driven environment. This family-friendly event will be a fun and exciting opportunity for the community to come together to experience and engage in art.
Join us for FREE on Sunday, August 27 at Dufferin Grove Park!
An ASL interpreter and ASL volunteers will be available.
Sighted guides will be available to offer described tours of the Market.
Although The Disability Artisan Market is being held fully outdoors, we encourage and support those who continue to wear masks to protect themselves and their community from COVID-19.
The Market will take place in an area of the park that has a paved pathway and is accessible for wheelchairs, walkers, other mobility devices, and strollers.
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