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Katarokwi Indigenous Art and Food Market


Culinary & food History & heritage Indigenous Music Performance Storytelling
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Springer Market Square

301-325 King Street E

Kingston, ON



Offered in English.

Is a relaxed performance.


On Sunday, September 24 from 10 am to 3 pm, in Springer Market Square, the Katarokwi Indigenous Art and Food Market will features over 15 local Indigenous artists and artisans.

Visitors can purchase handcrafted art, jewelry, leatherwork, and clothing for sale. Featured vendors include;

4 Crazy Crows

Cadue’s First Foods

Colleen’s Crafts

Creations by Can

Dream Creations

Flint and Maple Beadwork

Jackpine Designs

L and B Native Crafts

Lynton Creations

Miigwans Creations

Nish Bish Designs

Sew Creative by Jen

Stonecrop Farm

Theresa Brant Studio

Turtle Island Snacks and Fine Foods

W.C. Creatives

You can indulge in freshly made food and take in live music from traditional big drum Shimmering Waters and traditional dancer Kathryn Allen from 12 to 1 pm.

The Katarokwi Indigenous Art and Food Market is the only of its kind in South Eastern Ontario.

Kingston remains on the ancestral homelands of the Huron-Wendat, Anishinaabe, and Haudenosaunee Confederacy. We acknowledge the everlasting presence of these Nations and other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit who share this landscape today. We are grateful to reside in and remain visitors to this territory, while acknowledging our responsibility to honour the land, water, and skies with gentle respect and purifying preservation.


RIEL Cultural Consulting in collaboration and support from Tourism Kingston and the City of Kingston

The Katarokwi Indigenous Art and Food Market is coordinated by RIEL Cultural Consulting with support from Tourism Kingston and the City of Kingston. The program is funded, in part, by the City of Kingston in support of the Creative Industries Strategy that positions Kingston as a destination of choice for creative industry producers and consumers.