SUTHERLAND – Artisans and home-based businesses that make it, grow it, refurbish it, bake it or sell it are invited to be a part of the 2022 Makers Market Craft and Vendor Fair. Experienced vendors told organizers that the 2021 show was the best they had ever attended and many of the vendors from last year’s event have already registered for the 2022 show.
First and Walnut Streets in Sutherland will be shut down on Sunday, August 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the Makers Market Craft and Vendor Fair. Already vendors from national direct-sales businesses and local arts and crafters have signed up for booths with wares ranging from baked goods to art pieces made from spent shotgun shells and everything in between. Only one representative from each national direct-sales company will be allowed at the event.
The Makers Market will be held along First Street and Walnut Streets, adjacent to Highway 30. Many of the vendors are donating items that will be offered in a raffle hosted by the Chamber. The expanded footprint of the event has made several more booths available for vendors. Along Walnut Street will be food trucks and the KidZone with a massive T-Rex inflatable slide and a bounce house.
Booths are 12 x 12 and are $45. Online registration is available here. More information and downloadable registration forms can be found on the Sutherland Chamber of Commerce Facebook page and on the 2022 Makers Market Craft and Vendor Fair Facebook event.
For more information on the 2022 Makers Market Craft and Vendor Fair contact Muriel Clark at (308) 386-8257 or [email protected]