MILFORD – If you’re into high quality, locally sourced, locally made, handmade and shopping with small businesses, then you’ll want to shop at the Made on Main Makers Market taking place Saturday, May 28, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the lawn at Harvest Coffee, 207 N. Higbee St., in Milford.
You’ll have the opportunity to shop over a dozen small businesses in one place. Local makers will be sharing their handmade products like clay and leather jewelry, textiles, children’s books, pottery, stained glass, rugs, baskets, natural skin care, face painting, bags, totes and more.
“Art comes in a million forms,” said Angie Deak, Made on Main owner and event coordinator. “We have so many artists in our area. The goal of the Makers Market is to bring together those talented artists and give them further exposure to their own community.”
Many of the artists set to be featured at the market have products for sale at Made on Main.
“I’m a big supporter of supporting art, shopping small and shopping local, and I love to encourage others to do the same” added Deak.
In addition to the market, Harvest Coffee will be open serving food and drinks and a mobile clothing boutique, The Kloset Boutique, will be there available to shop as well.
Made on Main’s creative studio and handmade boutique is located at 103 S. Main St. in downtown Milford. Find them on Facebook, Instagram or visit http://www.madeonmain.fun for more information and to register for workshops.