Cultivate Tucson Spring Pop Up market

“Shop local & meet Tucson’s independent designers, makers & shops at our first ever SPRING pop-up market on Saturday, May 20th from 9am-4pm. Join us at “The FLASH” – 832 S. 6th Ave., where, for one day only, we’ll take over & reimagine an unused space to fill it with a pop-up market consisting of local goods, a floral shop, a coffee shop, and a community gathering space!

We’re happy to continue pouring back into the community by donating a percentage of all markets sales to local non-profits in our community. The spotlight non-profit for this market is CommunityShare.

We’re also excited to offer food & coffee options while you shop from: 5 Points Market & Restaurant, Presta Coffee Roasters, Tucson Fat Noodle, and more. Full vendor list available at www.cultivatetucson.com/2017-vendors. This event is free, family-friendly & open to the public. Sorry, no pets. Most vendors will accept both cash & card, but bring cash just to be safe. Street parking is free and available in the areas surrounding the market.”

Early bird hours 8 to 10 a.m. Go online to get your tickets for that special time: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cultivate-tucson-spring-market-2017-early-bird-hours-tickets-33786783178

https://www.facebook.com/events/262267584181360/

“CULTIVATE Tucson is a collective that builds pop-up events in order to introduce makers, designers, small businesses, and non-profits to each other; share emerging talent and spaces; and create:

  • a thriving, honest, creative community
  • a collaborative environment for ideas, visions, dreams, and goals
  • a face-to-face opportunity to support local creatives & makers
  • a place for supporting community initiatives + non-profits

our mission

Our goal is to foster collective empowerment, creative initiative, and community growth. We aim to showcase Tucson’s very best independent makers & shops in a vibrant marketplace, under one roof, while creating a unique experience for the community to come together and also providing a means for local goods & art to fund community initiatives and non-profits in the region.

WE BELIEVE THAT AUTHENTIC RELATIONSHIPS AND FACE-TO-FACE CONNECTIONS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR PERSONAL AND CREATIVE GROWTH.”

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