Things to Do: 2nd Annual Artisan Market

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Portland Artisan Market

I’m really excited to be introducing the Second Annual Artisan Market that is slotted for October 6. It will be a fun opportunity to start your holiday shopping early with several local artisan vendors. The event is free for anyone to attend and is located at the Family Friendly McMenamin’s Kennedy School. A raffle winner will receive a gift basket filled with goodies donated by vendors!

Throughout the next month or two, I’ll be sharing stories from some of the vendors through interviews, profiles, giveaways, and DIYs. I love it when local businesses get together to make a great thing happen.

Potential Vendors:

For more information about becoming a vendor for the 2nd Annual Artisan Market or to sign up and purchase booth space please check out the Eventbrite page. There is still one 8-foot spaces available for purchase. Don’t think you have enough product to fill 8-feet? Go in with a friend and end up saving money over the 4-foot space price! Space prices start at just $50. The coordinators of the event take NO additional portions of sales AND vendors receive free beverage tickets for tasty McMenamin’s beer.

“Like” the PDX Artisan Market on Facebook┬áto keep updated about vendors attending, check out specials available, and to remind you of the event!

Written by Jenni

Jenni is a freelance writer and media assistant based in Portland, OR. A Well Crafted Party is a blog about all the little things to celebrate in life. Follow Jenni or A Well Crafted Party with BlogLovin, RSS feed, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest.
Website: http://awellcraftedparty.com

3 Comments
  • Melissa says:

    Hi! Question from a potential vendor… did you do this event last year? Was it well attended? Did vendors have any problems making their table fee?

    Thanks!
    Melissa

    • Jenni says:

      Thanks for asking Melissa! I actually didn’t go to the event last year. The lady that is organizing it this year did attend last year. She said that last year’s event was well-attended and the vendors seemed to make enough to cover their table fee and a bit beyond. However, she thought that last year’s event venue wasn’t as conducive to sales as this year’s venue. They moved the venue and waived a percentage of sales fee that other craft markets typically charge.

  • Melissa says:

    Thanks for the info! I did decide to sign up. :)

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