Fall has arrived and Makers Market‘s regular series of monthly Open Air Artisan Faires at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard continues Nov. 13 from 11am-5pm, featuring “a lovely group of local makers selling jewelry, natural skin care, candles, home goods and more,” according to Makers Market founder Suzy Ekman.
“These Open Air Artisan Faires bring the best of the Bay Area’s skilled craftspeople into one space for residents to enjoy,” Ekman says. There will be live music from Dave Chapman and the opportunity to stroll around the gorgeous MVLY with great food + drinks from Watershed Mill Valley and Flour Craft Bakery Mill Valley. “Wander in to our Brick and Mortar shop (adjacent to the market area) for handcrafted goods made from 100+ more local Makers!” Ekman says.
Makers Market continues the history of the DIY spirit in Mill Valley, from its decades-old craft fairs and arts festivals to creative hubs like Once Around. It also builds on the Lumber Yard’s ever-growing reputation as a community gathering space.
The event is free but organizers ask that you RSVP HERE.
The Open Air Artisan Faires run monthly on the second Saturday through December.