Lisa Ono Talks About Granville Island and the Public Market

Granville Island, Vancouver BC, is a artistic, cultural, and retail center built on the banks of the False Creek, opposite Vancouver’s downtown center.

Since its redevelopment in the 1970s, Granville Island has maintained a community of craft studios, including: a Glassblowing studio, two Co-op Printmaking studios, a Fine Art Print Studio, a Luthier, a master saké maker, various Jewellers, the B.C. Potter’s Guild Gallery, The Crafthouse Gallery, The Circle Craft shop, art galleries, boatbuilders, a Wood Co-op Shop, Woodworkers studios , etc.

A daily Farmer’s Market has been ongoing since the early 1990s – the first contemporary Farmer’s Market in Vancouver.

Lisa Ono, Manager of Public Affairs and Programming, Granville Island, speaks about neighborhood and community support for Granville Island Public Market.

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