Saturday, 9 July 2011

Fieldstone Vintage Market

The Bakerview EcoDairy and Birch + Bird Vintage Home Interiors are thrilled to announce the Fieldstone Vintage Market!  Join us for an open air market at the EcoDairy on September 24th, 2011 for a unique marketplace experience of all things vintage and handmade.  Stay tuned for more information and vendor application details...

Blog:  Fieldstone Vintage Market (under construction)
Twitter:  FieldstoneVM

7 comments:

Poot & Boogie said...

YAY!!! I can't wait!!!

Vintage Home said...

ew! sounds like fun!

raggygirlvintage said...

Sounds fabulous, can't wait!!
Tracey

Anonymous said...

Having been a long time fan of Ivory Vintage Market, I can't help but notice,therefore comment that you were one of their original vendors. I cant believe that you have the gall to plagiarize and copy verbatim exactly what they have already achieved well ahead of you! I will never come to your market and I will tell all my friends not to as well! Having been an avid market goer I've learned to love and appreciate authenticity! You have now stripped Ivory Vintage market of this! Congratulations on a poor display creativity and originality!

The Old School Market said...

Wow...those are quite the accusations! We have never made it a secret that we were inspired by Ivory and we had a wonderful time joining them for 2 markets last year. However, they were not the first to host such an event, nor will they be the last..local markets have been happening since the beginning of time!

Abbotsford is quite a ways away from White Rock and from the response we had at the schoolhouse, there is more than enough love for vintage and handmade goods to go around. We support the dozens of local markets in the communities around us and have always encouraged our customers and visitors alike to visit and participate in them, especially Ivory.

Plagiary is quite the accusation and we find it very offensive, since we have worked very hard to create a unique brand of our own. It's pretty clear by looking at our blogs and by visiting our markets in person, that we have not directly copied anything that Michelle and Maureen and now Julie have worked for. We are sorry that you feel this way and that you chose to remain anonymous as we would gladly speak to you in person, since you seem to feel so strongly about it.

Lily

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Green Mountain Realty said...

This is great, Thanks for sharing

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