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Back to School Sidewalk sale 2018
23 au 26 August 2018

From August 23 to 26, 2018, Promenade Wellington offers you a good time before the return of classes. 80,000 people are expected for this last sidewalk sale of the season. In addition to the end-of-summer sales, the 8th edition of the Plein la Rue Puppet Festival will be taking place on the Promenade on August 25 and 26, 2018. The artery will be lined with show scenes, artists wandering and festive animation.

Opening hours

Thursday, August 23, 2018: 9 am to 9 pm
Friday, August 24, 2018: 9 am to 9 pm
Saturday, August 25, 2018: 9 am to 7 pm
Sunday, August 26, 2018: 9 am to 5 pm

FREE ADMISSION

Schedule by day
Lineup

Detailed programming upcoming

Booths

All the merchants of the Wellington Promenade will be in front of their shops to make you enjoy their special offers!
Outside exhibitors will also be present.

Craft Zone

Zari et Berkana

zarï was born from love for the discovery of elusive lands and is inspired by it to offer you a selection of exotic and elegant jewelery and accessories.

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Rütrafe

Their jewelry creations and inspirations are rooted in the admiration of pre-Hispanic, South American ancestral civilizations, Mapuche culture (indigenous Chile), and not to mention the cultural influence of Montreal.

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Zazibel

Original and cute stuffed animals made in Quebec! This creative propser gives a second life to clothes.

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PLB Design

PLB clothing is the creations of Quebec graphic designer Pierre-Luc Bouthillier. Her organic t-shirts are super comfortable and stylish.
Made in Quebec, they are printed with water based inks, for greater durability, while being more environmentally friendly.

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La Petite Améthyste

La petite améthyste is a local company that makes the creation of semi-precious stone jewelry. Giving only the best to its customers the creations are delicately arranged stainless steel.

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Saraï

Sarai creations are made entirely with crochet and knitting using a contemporary and original approach. Each project includes a unique design and its creation is inspired by the characteristics of each material.

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Le curieux placard de Chantal

Le curieux placard de Chantal offers a selection of soaps, bath bombs and sugar scrub made by hand with organic ingredients. "All I put is fresh produce. Fruits, herbs and flowers.

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Daniève bijoux

Creation of jewels, unique pieces, repairs of all kinds, rebinding of pearl necklace, size and polishing of stones, sale of stones, crystals and minerals ...

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Créations Vilayphone

Créations Vilayphone (pronounced "Vi-laï-ponne") is a small family project. Dad cuts and polishes the pieces of wood, Mom makes small works of art. They live in Vientiane, Laos. The children, to whom they entrust the jewels, chose to live in Montreal. Handmade jewelry.

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Yana Gorbulsky

Yana creates children's clothing with biodegradable or eco-friendly fabrics. The illustrations are made by illustrators, all the production is done by his own care or by local companies. Beautiful eco-friendly creations that have style for toddlers!

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Les Ateliers Dupré

Creation of jewelry, sculptures, cutlery; daggers-sword-knives. .. and medieval accessories handmade.

MoroccoPalm

Leather bags inspired by Moroccan culture.

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Luis Umberto Ajala

Bracelets, bags, ponchos, sweaters and many other ethnic handicrafts.

The Black Smoker

Pottery.

Hartiatoys

Creator of DIY paper toys to assemble yourself. Stylish and 100% recyclable toys!

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Yvon Blanchard & Yuxia Li

Charming floral arrangements and pretty pots that will liven up your interiors and gardens!

Recruitment
How to get a booth?

Are you an artist? Artisan? Responsible for an NPO? We invite you to exhibit your works or to show to the entire world your products / services during these four days of festivities.

The registration form will be available during the first week of July 2018.