Keep it Local, Keep it Unique at the Made in Erie Marketplace

Categories:  Events    Business    Community
Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016 at 11:00 AM
Keep it Local, Keep it Unique at the Made in Erie Marketplace by Miriam Lamey

Saturday, Nov. 26

It’s unanimous: Supporting Erie businesses is beneficial to both residents and the economy. One great way to discover new creations and companies is to stop by the 4th annual Made in Erie Marketplace on Nov. 26 at the Polish Falcons, Nest 610. Over 40 vendors will display and sell their wares, many of whom don’t actually have their own storefronts. So this event is an important and unusual chance to check out some new goods.

“Events like Made in Erie Marketplace foster one of the greatest assets of our region – that is the talent of local makers and the fervor the community has for supporting them.”

Additionally, the Marketplace has moved to a venue this year that will harbor socialization. Food and drink will be available for purchase, and people will be encouraged to come together and hang out – all to further the sense of Erie community that organizers hope to cultivate. Paige Bosnyak, event organizer, explains: “Events like Made in Erie Marketplace foster one of the greatest assets of our region – that is the talent of local makers and the fervor the community has for supporting them.”

Some of the event’s offerings are ChyDezign’s jewelry with a musical theme, exclusive limited edition acorn ornaments hand-crafted by Harry Noll, garden gifts by A Touch of Whimsy, Sea Sprite Creations, and Dragonfly Lake Scents. – Miriam Lamey

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. // Polish Falcons, Nest 610 // 431 E. 3rd St. // ATM on site// 452.6146

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