Shop Local at Pedagogy Toys Nov 20

One of my favourite local shops is Pedagogy Toys.  As a graduate of the Small Business program at Douglas College, owner Karen Smecher loves what she does and is committed to providing high quality toys and other kid items. She recently went on the hunt for a harmonica just for me and we are still toot-tootingRead More

One of my favourite local shops is Pedagogy Toys.  As a graduate of the Small Business program at Douglas College, owner Karen Smecher loves what she does and is committed to providing high quality toys and other kid items. She recently went on the hunt for a harmonica just for me and we are still toot-tooting our way around the house with our awesome green harmonica.

I was really impressed with her new exclusive to Pedagogy line of reusable lunch and snack bags lined with Tyvek! Ingenious! She’s also designed play items such as reversible  felt belts that double as a super hero and a utility belt.

Karen is committed to sourcing locally as much as she can and her dedication shows. Her shop features a lovely play area for kids, toys of all sorts for ages ranging in newborn to 12+. Her prices are also great. I try hard to shop local as much as I can, and sometimes I find that retailers can make it hard to shop! Karen, however, makes it easy for me to support her.

Tenth to the Fraser is very pleased to present an Exclusive Shopping Night at Pedagogy Toys November 20th from 7PM until 9PM for Tenth readers. Special discounts, catalogue shopping, gift wrapping and refreshments are offered at Exclusive Shopping Nights. 

If you’re interested in joining us, please leave a comment so that enough supplies can be arranged and I’ll send you some information and confirm your attendance. Pedagogy Toys is located in Sapperton at 424 East Columbia Street. 604-395-3459 www.pedagogytoys.com

Jen Arbo

Jen Arbo is the editor and co-publisher of Tenth to the Fraser. She's been writing for the site since 2007 and lives in Sapperton with her family. A project manager at heart, she also operates Hyack Interactive, a digital communications company. Find her on Twitter or Instagram.

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