The feminist night market

A virtual marketplace for local, handmade goods in support of YWCA Cambridge’s programming at The W.

We’re thrilled to be hosting our first virtual market on July 10 & 11!  The market will feature incredible local makers and artists, with items available for sale via our Instagram channel.
To shop the vendors, find @thewfeministnightmarket on Instagram. 

Meet our vendors


Handcrafted knits made with only the highest quality hand-died yarns sourced from Ontario farmers. Naturally comforting and lovingly made, each piece is meticulously crafted using natural fibers, recycled materials and environmentally-responsibly farming and dying practices. 

Items created for the Market include 100% Merino wool baby toques, itty bitty baby sweaters, cozy slippers for all ages and much more. 


Pretty things for the gracious and audacious. 

Lisa’s handcrafted jewellery designs are both beautiful and delicate, uplifting and inspiring. Designed with a modern, clean aesthetic, each piece is as unique as the person who wears it. 


This small scale lavender farm and maker utilizes the healing power of lavender to create handmade wares for the home and body. Featuring heat wraps and hair accessories filled with French lavender and beautifully presented satchels of English lavender to add a subtle scent to drawers, luggage and cupboards. TLC also produces the highest quality culinary-grade lavender for baking and cooking.  


Herbal products to comfort you in your time of need because sometimes, you just need the special nurturing that only a mother can provide, Whether you need to harness the healing properties of roots and herbs to tame a disruption in your body’s harmony, nutritional support or just some fancy bath and body care products, Mama B can provide you with artisanal treats that are organic and locally sourced wherever possible. Each item is lovingly handcrafted is small batches to ensure the maximum saturation of positive intention and the highest quality results.


Author, illustrator and poet, J Drews is a self-taught illustrator who loves to create custom works that bring photos, words and memories to life. The work is delicate yet powerful. 
The artist has also created a poetry book filled with interconnected drawings and words to tell the narrative of the stages of pain and the process of healing. 

In the spirit of Make One, Give One, each purchase of a handmade face mask at during the Market will support the donation of a mask to someone in need. Additionally, a portion of all mask sales will help to support the programming of YWCA Cambridge. 

Masks are available in the following sizes: Child/Teen/Woman/Man

Coming together with differing styles and mediums, Nykole and Shalvi have created a truly unique blend of handcrafted artwork. Primarily focused on paper goods such as cards, decor and more, their work reflects a combination of watercolour, calligraphy and relief print-making. Inspired by nature, the bold designs feature bright pops of colour and are a true reflection of their unique creativity.

Curated thrift clothing from people who are frustrated with the status quo.

Uprise Thrift was born when the creative team behind the shop noticed significant gaps in the retail thrift market that ignored body diversity and assigned clothing based on traditional gender norms.  The team’s goal is to curate an inclusive space to share thrifted fashions at affordable prices.  Fashion for all bodies and all people. 


Tiny illustrations celebrating the beautiful things in life, no matter how big or small.

The Tiny Paint Company firmly believes that big things come in small packages. These unique works of art are meant to be tiny reminders of moments worth celebrating.


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