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Spring Markers Markets at Arlene’s
May 22 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Spring Makers Markets at Arlene’s, produced by Arlene’s Artist Material, are back and better than ever. The Markets are bringing together the best of the best of handpicked vendors from NYS Capital Region and beyond. “There is nothing like a Makers Market day at Arlene’s” says Market Manager Andrew Ochal. “There is this dynamic hustle and bustle of makers interacting with each other and community members. The energy is so positive and I’m so grateful to be a part of it. It’s truly one of my favorite things to see the Makers doing their thing.”
The Markets are scheduled to take place outside in the store’s parking lot on Saturday, May 8th and May 22nd, from 11am to 4 pm. We have another great selection of local makers, some new and regular faces, showcasing a wide selection of expertly crafted handmade wares. All Makers will be following CDC guidelines regarding COVID- 19, including wearing face coverings, to ensure the safety and wellness of staff, other Makers and guests.
Each day will feature different Makers so make sure you come to both see everything that is offered.
Featured on Saturday May 8th
bag designer Allison Piracci with Solulu Handmade
baker Cheyenne Simmons with Great Exbaketations Bakery
woodworker Chris Conlon with Skulls and Sawdust
potter/sculptor Hannah Hutchinson with Just Noise Ceramics
jewelry artist Joy Iris-Wilbanks with Moon Joy Creations
printmaker and fabric artist Kathy Klompas
artist Kasmira Demyan
jeweler Katie Nare with Katie Nare Jewelry
artist Rebecca A. Flis
potter Ross Kunze.Makers
Featured on Saturday May 22nd
potter Beth Joslin
candlemaker and graphic artist Christine Ekstrom with Rise and Pine Candles
maker Dan Beck
maker Erin Eckler with EQWilbert
painter Laura Shore with Farm Share Studios
jeweler Lisa Frazer
artist and metalsmith Marissa Perkins
mosaic artist Noelle Adamoschek
artist Paul Hergenrother
potter and illustrator Sarah Haze with Round Designs- potter & illustrator.
The Makers Markets at Arlene’s are free and open to the public. Not to mention family friendly and a great place to get that unique one of a kind thing. There will be something for everyone. You’ll be glad you shop locally and support local makers. Mark your calendars now and hope to see you there. Check out our new website, arlenesartist.wixsite.com/mmaa, completely dedicated to the Makers Market at Arlene’s.