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Flint Handmade 15th Annual Spring Craft Market

Presented by Flint Handmade at Flint Farmers' Market, Flint Mi

Apr 30 2022
Flint Handmade 15th Annual Spring Craft Market

Flint Handmade is pleased to present our 15th Annual Spring Craft Market at the Flint Farmers’ Market in the Ramsdell Community Room on Saturday, April 30, 2022 from 10am-3pm!

Featuring 20+ local artisans with modern handmade goods such as hand-poured candles, vintage-inspired jewelry, natural bath and body products, stylish home décor, gorgeous knit and crocheted items, unique greeting cards and much more.

Plus, live music by Shannon Wade and Brian Delaney!

Masks will be required for all participants at all times while they are in the Ramsdell Community Room.

This program is sponsored in part by the Greater Flint Arts Council Share Art Genesee Grant Program made

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ADMISSION INFO

General admission is still just $1 per person and must be paid at the door in cash. Exact change appreciated.

The VIP Early Bird Shopping Hour is from 9am-10am for $5 per person. There are only 150 tickets available, so we encourage you to purchase yours now!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spring-craft-market-vip-early-bird-admission-tickets-267890215847

LOCATION

Flint Farmers' Market

300 East First Street, Flint, Mi 48502

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ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

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