Sponsored by Business Services of the Kahnawà:ke Economic Development Commission. Kahnawà:ke boasts more than 100 businesses in the community. Visit www.shopkahnawake.com for a complete list.
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CALICO COTTAGE QUILT & GIFT SHOP is a unique gift shop specializing in Native arts, crafts and native inspired giftware. You will be dazzled by the quilts, art, cradleboards, jewelry, coats, jackets, blanket, handbags, moccasins, plus much more. Attached to the gift shop is a full service Quilt Shop. Fabrics, specialty threads, notions, books, etc. everything you want from a quilt shop. Owned and operated by the Hemlock Family.
Hours: Monday to Saturday 10 am to 6 pm Sunday closed. Located on Route 132 directly across from the New Kahnawà:ke Survival School.
WOLF’S DEN boasts a wide variety of moccasins for the whole family as well as unique Silver Turquoise Jewellery. Looking for Native Music – We’ve got that too! We also have assorted size drums and rattles; native prints on t-shirts & sweatshirts; sweet grass, sage and cedar; soapstone carvings, all occasion native cards; purses, dolls, mandellas and more! For the person who likes to create, we also sell beads & beading supplies. We have leather by the hide or just small pieces. Come in and browse; there is a lot more to see!
Located on Highway 207, first exit off the Mercier Bridge off route 138; no more than a 5 minute drive from the exit. Open 7 days 9 am to 5 pm
Tel: 450 638-5270
SEQUOIA is Michaelee Lazore’s Native-roots inspired environmentally friendly bath and body products store. Opened in 2004 on the gourd floor of the Tewatohnhi’saktha Business Complex, it is still going strong after more ten years. “Mother nature provides our ingredients.” Michaelee makes all of her products from natural or organic renewable ingredients that range from hand-made soaps to bath bombs, candles, lotions, foot products and hand products. Visit the Sequoia boutique when you’re visiting Kahnawà;ke and experience her luxurious products for yourself.
Tel: 450 638-2197 Email: email@example.com Website: www.sequoia.ca
IRON HORSE WEARHOUSE located on Old Malone Highway in Kahnawà:ke. We have Jackets, vests, belts, customized belt buckles, moccasins, clocks, handmade native crafts, helmets, hats, face masks, bandanas, gloves, silver jewelry, t-shirts, sweatshirts, license plates, flags, leather goods, chaps, purses and much, much more…. Located just 10 km south of Montreal on the shores of the St. Lawrence River. Business hours 7 days per week, 9 am to 6 pm.
Tel: 450-638-0873 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ironhorsewearhouse.com
RAPID WATER STUDIO- GALLERY – Ross Kakwirakeron Montour is a fine artist whose work deals with woodland Indian themes with a particular interest in the 18th century. Montour has illustrated numerous publications including the recent publication of ‘A Lily Among Thorns: The Mohawk Repatriation of Kateri Tekakwitha’ by Darren Bonaparte, and is an award winning editorial cartoonist. Montour’s work has been exhibited in the U.S. and Canada and is in numerous private collections. In addition to his personal painting projects, Montour accepts commissions for portraits and other specific client requests. Gallery visits are welcomed and encouraged. Please call or email for appointments for viewing and enquiries.
Tel 450-635-5525 Email: email@example.com
OKWARI ARTS – Established in 1980, this outlet carries a wide variety of Native art and crafts, and also features a small museum and gallery. We also offer fine jewelry. This establishment is proud to offer bilingual service for our Francophone clientele. Located on Old Malone Highway. Business Hours 10 am to 6 pm. Except Thursday and Friday 10 am to 9 pm
TAMMY BEAUVAIS DESIGNS – Since 1999, Tammy Beauvais has been designing clothing and accessories. Mostly self-taught, her clothing line is sold wholesale, retail, and on-line. Her exciting and innovative company has developed a new market with a very unique niche in the industry, concentrating on incorporating ancient native symbols in clothing and textiles.
Tel: 514-717-6757 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.tammybeauvais.com