Shop The Tri-Cities Collective Hello Spring Market

Are you as excited for market season as I am? 

Then you’ll definitely want to check out the Tri-Cities Collective Market: Hello Spring Market on Saturday, May 25th at The Kyle Centre in Port Moody!

Shop local and handmade goods including art, paper crafts, fashion, children’s, home decor, and much more! Plus, experience fashion and food trucks to satisfy your appetite for trendy clothing and delicious eats!

Read on for a full list of vendors and activities, and learn about what makes this event so special. Plus, see how you can save big time on market purchases when you buy the Hello Spring Ticket Bundle online before Saturday, May 18th!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Tri-Cities Collective Market however, all opinions expressed are my own. 

The Local Difference

My blogging and social media career started with writing about my favourite local brands and markets, and choosing local continues to be a major part of my family’s lifestyle.

Creating meals with locally grown food, wearing clothing produced by small shops, and decorating with handmade home decor gives us all the feels!

When you shop local, you build meaningful relationships with the individuals behind the brand as well as supporting families and community with every purchase.

And when you can shop over 60 local vendors in one spot, it’s definitely cause for celebration!

The Collective Handmade Markets

The number of vendors in each category is limited at the Tri-Cities Collective Market so shoppers can experience a wide array of locally handmade goods during their trip. Find exactly what you were looking for plus that special something you didn’t even know you needed!

When you participate in these handmade markets, you experience local brands, emerging shops, and handmade artisans who produce content of the highest quality.

All vendors are also active in both the handmade community and on social media so, should you wish to contact them, you can easily get in touch.

The Hello Spring Market on Saturday, May 25th offers a one-of-a-kind shopping experience and features wares that are:

  • High quality
  • Local
  • Handmade
  • Original
  • Up-cycled

The Tri-Cities Collective Market Is Not Your Average Market

There are a few key differences that separate these unique handmade markets from other markets:


There is a person behind every single handmade item.

These pieces represent time, effort, and technical skills, as well as a unique maker’s imagination!

When you purchase hand crafted items, you are choosing people.

Handmade items reflect both the person who created it as well as the consumer that purchased it. The maker sees a part of themselves in that piece while the buyer relives an experience.

When you buy handmade, you are fuelling a maker’s passion and the joyous energy emitted during the creation process remains within that item’s fibers.

No two hand crafted pieces are exactly the same – there will always be variations in colour, texture, shape, and/or size and this is exactly what makes handmade goods so beautiful.


Shopping local is as much about investing in your local economy as it is about investing in the future and entrepreneurship. 

The Tri-Cities Collective promotes collaboration over competition while relying on real connections and the support of community to generate organic growth. 

Every time you shop local, you are investing in your community and its future.

When you choose to shop local, you are shopping with and supporting people who actually care about you – they are friends, family, neighbours, and community. 

Like purchasing handmade items, shopping local is also a one-of-a-kind experience in that consumers will not experience those unique items or that service anywhere else. 

Local businesses also tend to support other local businesses and each time you shop with them, you have an opportunity to form a wonderful new connection with a like-minded entrepreneur.

Shopping local is also beneficial to your health.

You probably already know that there are all sorts of chemicals and preservatives hiding in many grocery store staples. And when you buy local, many of these preservatives can be avoided.

But did you know that the same is also true when it comes to clothing and home decor?

Local makers tend to source high quality, natural materials with regional origins. So, when you bring a hand crafted item into your home, you can rest-assured that it does not contain any chemicals, dyes, or other unnecessary additives.


The Tri-Cities Collective is a specially curated collection of British Columbia’s most talented artisans and local businesses.

The makers who come together to form this collective create and sell small batch items and one-of-a-kind pieces of exclusively local and handmade origins.

Goods that are made with as much heart as they are passion are all at the center of each Tri-Cities Collective Market.

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Hello Spring Market On May 25th

text reads the collective local handmade marketsThe Tri-Cities Hello Spring Market will take place on Saturday, May 25th, 2019 from 11am to 4pm at The Kyle Centre in Port Moody.

Be sure to arrive early though as the first 40 shoppers will receive Swag Bags upon entry! 

Shoppers will enjoy a day full of all local goodness and delight in fashion, food, and more at this event.

For up to date market details, news, and sneak peeks leading up to the day, follow @thecollectivecraftmarket on Instagram!

Featured Activities

In addition to shopping with amazing vendors, market visitors can enjoy the following:

  • Visiting the Vancouver Fashion Truck and Wings Outdoor Grill who will be parked just out front of the venue
  • Supporting future entrepreneurs by shopping in the BuildaBizKid Mini Makers Market
  • Taking a selfie in front of The Paper Garden Co’s Flower Wall

IXL Photography will also be onsite to capture the event!

Hello Spring Market Vendors

How Can I Buy Tickets?

Tickets can be purchased online as part of the exclusive Hello Spring Ticket Bundle for $5 or at the door for $3. Children’s admission is free!

Partial proceeds will be donated to Companion Animal Advocacy & Rescue Effort (CAARE Rescue).

Hello Spring Ticket Bundle

Get an exclusive Hello Spring Market Shopping Guide by purchasing your online ticket bundle for just $5 on the official Facebook Event Page.

The Hello Spring Market Shopping Guide is only available with online ticket orders and features 24 fabulous vendor discounts including:

  • Free medium foodwrap with purchase of lunch bag
  • 15% off of purchases over $30 or more
  • 10% off your purchase
  • 15% off purchases of $50 or more
  • 20% off ‘Flo’ Hoops
  • Modern Calligraphy Free handlettered gift tag with purchase of custom print
  • $7 off any 16oz Tub Teas and $3 off any foaming facial wash
  • 10% off one juice or nut mylk
  • 10% off your purchase
  • Receive a free lip balm with every multipurpose oil purchase
  • 15% off your purchase
  • $5 off purchases over $50
  • 20% off letterboards and accessories
  • 10% off your purchase
  • 50% off parenting comic books
  • 20% discount
  • Free pair of handpoured concrete earrings
  • 20% off purchase
  • 10% off two paintings
  • 10% off custom orders placed at this market
  • 15% off 2018 stock
  • 10% off your purchase
  • 10% off any purchase

Digital ticket holders will receive their shopping guides upon check in on the day of the market.

Hurry though, online ticket sales end May 18th at 6pm!

Meet Tri-Cities Collective Founders:

Jessica & Caitlyn

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Both based in beautiful Port Moody, BC, market owners, Jessica and Caitlyn, have combined years of event planning experience with their shared love of supporting local and handmade businesses.

As small local business owners themselves, cousins, Caitlyn and Jessica believe in supporting other local entrepreneurs and small businesses in their community.

The Tri-Cities Collective Market celebrates this and offers local shoppers and vendors an inspiring place to meet and greet, as well as the opportunity to shop with and support one another.

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Who will you bring along to the Hello Spring Market? Which vendors are you most excited to shop with? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below!

Be sure to save the date for the upcoming Collective Winter Market on November 15th and 16th. With a VIP Sip + Shop just for local bloggers and influencers, you’ll definitely want to come early for this one too!

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