Monday, August 16, 2010

Canfield Street Market on August 20th!

We had such a blast at the first Canfield Street Market, that we decided to make it a more regular event - please join us for the second Canfield Street Market on Friday, August 20th from 5-9 pm! This Street Market promises to be bigger and better, with more vendors and activities! Additionally, our friends on West Willis are adding to the fun by hosting a fun simultaneous event right around the corner.

Canfield Street Market
The Canfield Lofts, 460 West Canfield Street, between Cass & Second, Detroit
Hosted by Bureau of Urban Living and City Bird. Featuring handmade & vintage goods by guest artists and vendors, including:
  • Detroit photography by Marvin Shaouni of Model D at City Bird
  • Vintage clothing & accessories from Rachel’s Place in North Corktown
  • Custom t-shirts from Midtown’s newest shop, Goods (opening Fall 2010 in the Park Shelton)
  • LOVELAND inch sale
  • Photobooth by David Lewinski
  • Rickshaw rides by Breezecab
  • Local brews from Traffic Jam & Snug and Motor City Brewing Works
  • Treats from The Pink FlaminGo! Mobile Restaurant
  • Organic popcorn by Popcorn Joe
  • Music by DJ Big Time America
  • Barbeque at Traffic Jam and Snug
  • Debut of Elixir fermented wine at Motor City Brewing Works
West Willis Village
West Willis Street, between Cass & Second, Detroit
Hosted by Avalon International Breads, Flo Boutique, Tulani Rose, Source Booksellers and Planned Parenthood. Featuring art, books, food, fashion and gifts, including:
  • Sidewalk summer sale and homegrown artists at Flo Boutique
  • Book cart at Source Booksellers with summer sale prices starting at $7
  • “Detroit Lover” Artisan Bar-b-que at Avalon International Breads. Featuring all natural meats from Corridor Sausage Co. with gourmet fixings on Avalon “313” buns. Sumptuous sausage varieties include: Vietnamese Chicken, Juniper & Garlic Brats and Sage & Apple Sausage. Plus: Michigan Fruit Cobbler and a summer blow-out sale on Avalon’s “Detroit Lover” t-shirts & tanks!
  • Music by DJ Andre Royster of Sound Circle

1 comment:

Jenn said...

How can someone get to be a crafter for the Canfield Street Market?