North Vancouver Holiday Bazaar at Carson Graham Secondary School

Event Details

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Carson Graham Secondary School

If you’ve spent any time on the North Shore leading up to the holidays, you’ve undoubtedly seen the signage at so many major intersections and areas around North and West Vancouver advertising the Delbrook Christmas Craft Fair. This event, with hundreds of vendors each day and attended by thousands of folks looking to cross items off their nice (and naughty!) shopping lists of the holiday season, had been a staple event of the North Shore for decades.

Unfortunately, DCCF is no longer being hosted by the North Vancouver Rec Commission.

But don’t fret, you’ll still have an awesome opportunity to pick up lots of your holiday gifts – and see some of your many favorite artisans and vendors from DCCF – by visiting the 2014 North Vancouver Holiday Bazaar – think of us as DCCF 2.0 .

Something new this year: we’ll be offering a raffle of dozens of great prizes donated from participating vendors! Tickets will be $1 each or 15 for $10, and you get to pick which prize(s) you’d like your tickets considered for! There’ll be Christmas music, food stands, refreshments, and more! Admission is only $2, and the first 150 guests each day will get to enter the Bazaar free of charge! Bring the whole family – kids under 12 years old get in free, too!

Check out our list of participating vendors! We still have a few tables remaining so if you’d like to be considered or know someone who would be a great fit for our event, don’t delay – get your application in today!

The 2014 North Vancouver Holiday Bazaar will be happening November 15 and 16, 29 and 30 at Carson Graham Secondary School in their newly-built gym. Partial proceeds from our event will go to Carson Graham’s Bursary Program for a student who shows unique and outstanding community outreach and contribution!

For more information please call Caterina at 604-805-0379 or email, or Chris at 604-783-9966 or email



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