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We are the people in your neighbourhood

We're the people that you meet when you're walking down the street. We're the people that you meet each da-ay! Meet some of the Diggits behind Diggit. As you can see we're a pretty happy (and devastatingly good-looking) bunch! And why wouldn't we be? We live in Victoria, we work downtown in an office stocked with candy and we spend our days meeting with and promoting local artisans, makers and small businesses. Life is pretty grand. And so we've all gathered here in front of this awesome blue door to say thank you to all of you for making Victoria such a great place to live, work and play! See you in the 'hood! (Nick, Lesley, Wendy, Jeni & Holly skipped picture day)

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Tan Rutley | Featured Curator

A teacher/blogger/maker/hugger, Tan Rutley is the creator of Squirrelly Minds where she shares DIY creations, recipes and more to make your life pretty and fun. Her mind never stops thinking, planning, and making (squirrelly mind, get it?) and her projects nearly always leave her covered in glitter or flour. Sometimes both. Check out Tan's curated collection of a few of her favourite things on Diggit!

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Drop-in Sewing | The Makehouse

Complete those unfinished projects and socialize with other sewing, textile and fashion enthusiasts at The Makehouse. Use the sewing machines, serger, coverstitch machine, cutting tables, tools, cottons, trimmings, patterns, books, irons and ironing boards on site. You're also welcome to bring your own machine - The Makehouse staff will walk you through and get you set up. Drop-in is $10/hr & includes a nice cuppa. (read more...)

Vintage, Retro & Collectible Show

Get a taste of the past with your family and friends at this major event held at the Mary Winspear Centre, Beacon Ave, Sidney-by-the Sea on Saturday, Aug 31st! Pre and post-war jewelry, clothes and accessories; a wide range of mid-century chic. Dolls, teddies and mechanical and non-mechanical toys. Kitchen collectibles and small furniture pieces. Linen and lace and tableware. Paper collectibles: books, postcards, and records, stamps and coins. Carpets and rugs and all sorts of everything! (read more...)

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