Vendor applications are open now for Woodlawn Street Market, returning to the heart of the historic Birmingham neighborhood for its sixth season.
Woodlawn Street Market provides a platform for local entrepreneurs to launch their businesses and interact with customers while also adding to the vibrancy of downtown Woodlawn. 2019 vendor applications are being accepted now at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/wsm19.
A curated mix of Birmingham starters and makers will provide a unique shopping experience at each 2019 market, with items from art to jewelry, clothing to toys, and food to décor. With up to 80 vendors along the block of 55thPlace South and at least 10 spaces at each market reserved for first-time vendors, each Woodlawn Street Market has something new to discover.
The 2019 season will also include old favorites like Creative Mindz-hosted dance battles and live graffiti art demonstrations.
2019 Woodlawn Street Market dates:
- Saturday, April 6
- Saturday, June 8
- Saturday, Aug. 10
- Saturday, Oct. 12
- Sunday, Dec. 8
“As we enter our sixth Woodlawn Street Market season, we continue to make Woodlawn a more vibrant community through this fun community event that also grows local businesses,” said market co-founder and organizer Rebekah Fox. “This market is successful because of the community that comes together to support it – from the dedicated vendors, to the shoppers who value spending their dollars locally, to our partner organizations and individuals who share a heart for this neighborhood. We want everyoneto know that you are welcome in Woodlawn, and we hope you make plans to join us at the 2019 markets!”
Woodlawn Street Market community partners include Woodlawn Business Association, Woodlawn Foundation, Dream Center, Imperial Formal Wear and Woodlawn United Methodist Church.
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