The Crafter’s Market is a collective of local vendors showcasing beautifully hand-crafted wares and edibles. Coming from all over the South Cariboo, there’s an exciting variety of unique gifts and treats, with something new popping in each week. Be sure to stop in and see the refreshed inventory, or pick up one of your must-have staples from the usual suspects.
At the Crafter’s Market, shoppers will discover an eclectic mix of baking and canning, clothing items, gift wares and cards, home décor and accents, jewellery, winter accessories, seasonal items, and beyond! This talented group of crafting specialists know how to whip up quality goods to suit a wide range of taste and style preferences.
Visit the warm and inviting space with your shopping list- you’re sure to find something for even the impossible-to-please members of your family. The Crafter’s Market is open Thursday through Saturday, with the odd evening event, so keep an eye on their events page for updates. Happy shopping and many thanks for supporting your local small businesses!
Meet Maureen Pinkney
Meet Maureen Pinkney
Maureen Pinkney is the owner and operator of Mobility Enterprises, and visionary behind promoting her fellow neighbours and like-minded crafty-people. It is her passion to help support local small business, and in turn, the local economic development. “I was raised in business and just have always done it,” shares Maureen. “It is exciting to create something new and see it grow!”
100 Mile House and the greater Cariboo region is bustling with talent in all shapes and form. Pair that up with the welcoming, friendly disposition of the residents, and it’s no wonder the community is renowned for its remarkable lifestyle standard. Maureen echoes the same sentiment in her shop, prioritizing “the friendliest place to shop” at the top of her business plan.
When she has a little down time, Maureen enjoys exploring the natural wonders surrounding 100 Mile House and beyond. You don’t have to go far to discover immeasurable beauty, with one of the best kept secrets being tucked right within town. She loves Centennial Park in all its glory- a picturesque setting without any crowds in sight. “It is beautiful, but way under used,” shares Maureen.