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Prairie Handmade Shop Relocates to the Gull Lake Museum

The Gull Lake Tourism Committee welcomes the relocation and reopening of the Prairie Handmade Shop in the Gull Lake Museum. Gift stores not only help to draw people to museums, but the correct gift shop can add to the museum's uniqueness. When the Prairie Handmade Shop first opened, it was dedicated to selling and promoting the work of Southwest Saskatchewan artists and craftspeople. As a result, the Prairie Handmade Shop is a natural complement for the Gull Lake Museum.

The Prairie Handmade Shop was delighted to welcome two new sellers this week. Janet Vaughn has added some beautiful Diamond Paintings. We were also delighted to welcome our newest vendor, Living Sky Freeze Dried, and their delectable freeze dried candy, to our list of vendors today. Gull Lake T-shirts, hoodies, and other apparel is also available in the Gift Shop.

We would be delighted to add you to our list of sellers if you are a Southwest artisan or craftsperson. The Gift Shop will provide a retail space for our sellers to showcase and advertise their handcrafted goods. The Gift Shop will rent out shelf space to retailers on a two-month basis during the months of July and August. Each vendor pays a monthly fee of $10 and keeps 100% of their profits. This method of operation keeps overhead low for everyone, allowing you to have your own "storefront" without the high costs of running a store. We will actively promote and publicise our vendors and their products on social media. Pop-Up Shops are also welcome.

If you are a local artist or crafter looking for an affordable space to display your work, please contact Blake at 306-672-7499 or

Blake Campbell

Gull Lake Tourism Committee Chairman


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