Open Space Shopping Day to benefit Delta Hospice

Open Space Yoga is hosting its sixth annual Shopping Day this Saturday to benefit the Delta Hospice Society.

For one day, vendors will set up shop at the Ladner yoga studio to sell an array of items that are perfect for Christmas gift giving.

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Vendors will donate 20 per cent of all sales to the Delta Hospice Society with the exception of Potters for Hospice, which will donate 100 per cent of proceeds from all pottery sold.

"We are so grateful for Michael's unwavering support over these past years," said Delta Hospice executive director Nancy Macey.

"This is a fundraiser that we all look forward to each year and it really benefits everyone. I am usually able to find some wonderful Christmas gifts and start my Christmas shopping early."

From 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., shoppers can visit Open Space Yoga (4880 Delta St.) to shop for items and services from Sonja Picard, Potters for Hospice, Lara Cuisine, Chair Massage by Sue, The Crows Nest Art Studio, Chocolate Love, Tiger Tea, Gretel Designs, Four Sisters Metis Beadworks, Stephanie Graves, Better Still Day Spa, Donna Hellewell and Open Space Yoga.

"We look forward to hosting this shopping day each year," said Open Space owner Michael Rudd. "It is a time of giving and this Shopping Day provides a way for all of us to give back to an important charitable organization in a very practical way.

"We realize how precious everyone's time is and thought having many diverse retailers in one location may be of benefit to people."

Visit www.openspaceyoga.com for more information.

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