Welcome to the North Mountain Artisans’ Market

Our season begins on Saturday, June 1, 2019

The  Artisans’ Market is a community project of the North Mountain United Tapestry Cultural and Heritage and Society, a non-profit organization that makes it’s home at the historic United Church in Harbourville, Nova Scotia (3201 Long Point Rd.).

North Mountain United Tapestry envisions a local community that is economically vital, resilient and self-reliant; socially connected, nurturing and supportive; responsible for its own health and wellness and proud of its heritage and culture.

The North Mountain Artisans’ Market  is a welcoming space in our community that celebrates and enhances our local culture, economy and quality of life.

Market Hours of Operation 

Open every Saturday, Sunday and holiday Monday from June 1st to October 14th, 2019

Saturdays:                   9 am to 4 pm

Sundays:                      11 am to 4 pm

Holiday Mondays:       11 am to 4 pm

All products for sale in the Artsans’ Market are handmade/created by local Artisans.

If you would like to register to sell your work at the Artisans’ Market, please contact:

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Meet our Artisans:

Shelley Racz, artist. “I’m an artist living on the North Mountain of the Annapolis Valley, in Nova Scotia. My home is in the woodlands by the Bay of Fundy. I love being out and about in nature and I am continually blown away by it’s daily theatre…..MORE




Nistal Prem De Boer, sculptor. Nistal lives in Nova Scotia, Canada, but was born in Amsterdam and studied architecture in Delft. Most of his life he worked as an architect and builder, while sculpture was a hobby. About 20 years ago he stopped working as an architect when he started to sell sculpture. While he sees his architecture as very sculpturesque, it was certainly abstract; His sculpture however brought him back to the human figure. MORE




Marie Armstrong, quilter. Marie lives in Burlington , Kings County, N.S. She began quilting in 1980 and made several full sized hand quilted quilts. She also made quilts which she had machine quilted, many of which were sold at fairs and outlets. More recently she has been concentrating on baby quilts, wall hangings and art quilts. She also makes various fabric crafts as well as antique jewelry crafts, specializing in Christmas trees. GALLERY



unnamed (6)Debbie McMahon Greenwood, visual artist has returned home to Nova Scotia, where her family of origin set down roots over 50 years ago here in the valley.   Deb and husband Tim Greenwood are making the North Mountain community of Harbourville their new home. Debbie’s experience as a Technical  illustrator provides a structural foundation to her current style, as she explores refracted and reflected light, as seen in this series of paintings.  GALLERY



judith 1Judith Smith, Celtic-themed jewelry and gift ware. Judith blends Celtic symbols with metal:  silver-plate, copper and bronze. She uses semi-precious beads, tumbled gemstones and Swarovski Crystals to create beautiful timeless pieces.  An information card is included with each piece of jewelry to explain the Celtic symbols and properties of the gemstones.  MORE AND GALLERY




emilyEmily Rogers, Hen of the Woods, handcrafted soaps, feather dusters and North Mountain Market vendor selling farm fresh eggs and mushrooms. MORE





image1 (1)Catherine Van Der Woerd, mosaic glass and alcohol ink artist

Catherine is a mosaic glass on glass artist and has recently discovered painting with alcohol inks. She spends here winters in Clementsvale and summers in Harbourville. Halifax is her place of origin but her parents moved the family to Alberta when she was only five years old. Cathy has spent most of her life living in the beautiful town of Banff and working in the tourist industry before returning to Nova Scotia in 2014. MORE  AND GALLERY