What we’re up to...

Updated: Nov 23, 2020

Here we are, already in mid-November. While this year feels never ending, in some ways it has flown by. This is the point where I take a deep breath, as a small business owner, before heading full tilt into the holiday season. Prior to re-opening in early June, I had no idea what awaited the business. I had only opened the previous year and hadn’t really been around long enough to count on a history with customers...whatever doubts I had were quickly erased as the summer rolled along! So many new customers, and familiar faces graced the shop, I am so so very grateful for the support for this little business, and all the local artists who make all the ‘Goodness’ happen : )

Speaking of reflecting, and being grateful, I’m excited to tell you that Three Trees has partnered with Cowichan Valley Youth Services for a great little fundraiser this holiday season. In a fab collaboration between St. Kit’s Lavender Farm and Three Trees Artisan, we have hand-poured, eco soy candles for sale, the net proceeds of which will be donated to Cowichan Valley Youth Services! The candles come in two sizes (8oz. and 4oz.), are in cute little paint tins, with a lid, and a festive label and ribbon, ready to gift to that special person. There is also a tag indicating that CVYS will receive a donation with the sale of each candle. So it couldn’t be easier for you to share some local ‘Goodness’ with a locally great agency that does so much to help youth in our beautiful valley. Check out their website for all the info on the great work they do,

Our shop hours for the second half of November are Wednesday to Saturday, 11 - 5pm. Stay tuned for extended hours in December. Thanks again for supporting local small business in your community and local artists bringing beautiful, creative energy to our world! I hope to see you in the shop soon!



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