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    Creatively Lancaster

    The Creatively Lancaster Makers Market is a curated monthly pop-up market featuring a wide assortment of talented local makers—artists, hobbyists, crafters, creators, bakers, designers, upcyclers, and more. They believe if you are making, you are a maker. They are passionate about providing a consistent venue for local micro-entrepreneurs to showcase their talent to the Lancaster community in a fun and supportive shopping environment.

     

    Check out just a few of the many talented artists you can find at Makers Market!

    Gretchen Smith Jewelry

    Gretchen understands some women have artistic spirits while their comfort zones desire to stay minimalist. Her handcrafted sterling silver and mixed metal designs embrace that desire and are often described as dainty and elegant—perfect for complementing any outfit.

    Braddy Boyz Pretzels

    With over 40 years of experience in baking, Brad Miller specializes in addictively good spicy-sweet seasoned pretzels that are served all over Lancaster County and beyond thanks to online ordering. Available at Hammond Pretzel Bakery, Harvest Lane Farm, The Freinschaft Market, Mandros Imported Foods, Paulus Farm Market, The Classy Crab, Zerbe’s Snack Stand, Town Clock Cheese Shoppe, and Bert’s Bottle Shop.

    Soap Avenue Company

    Elizabeth knows all about healing skin and puts her knowledge to work. Her handmade bodycare products are plant-based and chemical-free because what we put on our bodies is just as important as what we put in them.

     

     

    Be sure to check out the next Makers Market on October 12th and follow them on Facebook so you don’t miss any upcoming events!