This Spring, Focus on Handmade With I Made It! Market

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Local Arts Marketplace Pops Into SouthSide Works and Bakery Square for Two Family Friendly Spring Events

I Made It! Market

I Made It! Market

Our goal is to provide the opportunity for regional craftspeople to establish small businesses.

I Made It! Market, Pittsburgh, PA's nomadic indie craft marketplace, will pop into the SouthSide Works on Saturday, April 14th from 12 - 5 pm with more than 55 regional artisans offering handmade wares for your springtime needs. Attendees can also enjoy a chili tasting contest with samples from more than 20 Pittsburgh restaurants and vote on a winner. This event will feature live entertainment throughout the day.

I Made It! Jr. is a special marketplace featuring handcrafted items made specifically for babies and kids. More than 30 regional artisans will pop into Bakery Square’s Family Fun in the Square from 12 - 4 pm on Saturday, April 21st from 12 - 4 pm for a day of all things family. Attendees can enjoy activities including music and dancing, a photo booth, balloon art, face painting and a specialty marketplace.

The I Made It! Market creates events with a two-fold mission in mind. Their goal is to provide the opportunity for regional craftspeople to establish small businesses. Additionally, they offer an opportunity for non-profit, arts, and community groups to engage with event attendees to raise awareness and funds for their missions.

Visitors to the I Made It! Market will find a variety of handcrafted goods including natural bath and body products, greeting cards, clothing, original print artwork, house wares, woodwork, handbags, jewelry, ceramics, children’s items and so much more. Descriptions of participating artists can be found leading up to the event on the I Made It! Market website:

Partner with IMI!: For more information on I Made It! Market including sponsorship and partnerships, or to vend at a future I Made It! Market event, contact info(at)imadeitmarket(dot)com.

Event sponsors include: SouthSide Works, Port Authority, YELP and the Cotton Factory.

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