FLINT, MI – Those looking for some hauntingly good items can head to the Flint Farmers’ Market this weekend.
Flint Handmade is hosting its Halloween Craft Market from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday, Sept. 24, in the Ramsdell Room at the Flint Farmers’ Market, 300 E. 1st St. Admission is free.
Flint Handmade is a nonprofit organization that encourages handcrafting and entrepreneurship in Genesee County.
The Halloween Craft Market will feature over 20 local artisans with unique, modern handmade goods such as home decor, vintage-inspired jewelry, hand-poured candles, natural bath and body products, sweet treats and much more.
Live music will be performed by Erik McIntyre and Shannon Wade.
Crystal Pepperdine, Executive Director of Flint Handmade, is excited for the upcoming event.
“Flint Handmade is so excited to be kicking off spooky season on the last Saturday in September,” Pepperdine said in a news release. “Our vendors will have all kinds of spooky and fall themed items. We will also have a free kids Halloween book and coloring kit to go for families.”
Local artisan Pam Bailey will be one of the more than 20 vendors at the event.
“I’m just blown away by the talent of the artists who will be selling their goods, and I’m so honored I get to be a part of this group,” Bailey said.
For more information, follow Flint Handmade on Facebook.
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