Wednesday, December 3, 2008

I Made It! Market returns to Highland Park!

The I Made It! Market returns to the Union Project for a holiday show on December 6 from 12 - 5 pm.

This handmade holiday event features over 50 local artists and craftspeople selling their handmade wares, including my favorite local artisan Barker's Herbs and Heirlooms (yes, it's me).

The Union Project will have beautiful ceramics made in their downstairs studio available for purchase on the stage. Their Cafe will be open with delicious lunch offerings and other treats to keep your energy flowing.

Grab a coffee, hot chocolate or espresso drink at the Union Project’s coffee bar while you’re at it. The coffee bar helps support their Youth Barista Program which provides onsite skills training for young men and women aging out of foster care.

The Union Project is located on the border of Highland Park and East Liberty, at the intersection of Stanton and Negley Avenues (801 N. Negley Avenue).

What exactly is I Made It!?

I Made It! is a regularly occurring, nomadic Market that provides the opportunity for young entrepreneurs to establish their businesses and to enjoy low barriers for bringing their wares to market in order to create successful businesses built on arts and crafts.

This Market is an inclusive happening that welcomes artists or other "makers" in the Pittsburgh region to meet like-minded individuals, to create new opportunities, or to find a receptive environment in which to making a positive impact in the community we share.

See you at the Market!

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