Flint Handmade is hosting its 10th Annual Holiday Craft Market on Saturday, November 26 at the Masonic Temple in Downtown Flint.
More than 40 local crafters and artisans will display a large variety of unique, modern handmade items, such as original illustrations, vintage-inspired jewelry, knit and crocheted goods, hand-poured candles, natural bath and beauty products, plush toys, and much more.
According to Crystal Pepperdine, Executive Director of Flint Handmade, the first 25 shoppers of the day will receive free goodie bags filled with vendor coupons, merchandise, and other treats. Balance and Beauty Collective will offer body-positive spa services on stage.
The Temple Dining Room, which is located inside the Masonic Temple, will be open for lunch. Coffee and other beverages are available from Hot Cups in the lobby.
“We have added so many free hands-on activities this year to celebrate our 10th Anniversary,” said Crystal. “We have photos with Flint Saves Santa, a coloring party, make-and-take craft projects and more!”
Admission is $1. Kids 12 and under are free! Parking is available at the Masonic Temple parking lot as well as at the Chase Bank and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church parking lots.
Flint Handmade is a non-profit organization providing opportunities for creative expression and entrepreneurship through handcrafting in Flint and Genesee County.
Crystal adds, “We are proud to be involved in the artistic, educational, cultural, and economic revitalization of Flint!”