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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Celebrate Shelton's Downtown Handmade Market

SHELTON – Celebrate Shelton creators Nicole Heriot-Mikula, Michael Skrtic & Jimmy Tickey are looking forward to the second Downtown Handmade Market of the year. There will be artisan vendors for all of your end-of-winter goods like spices, quilts and scarfs; and if you're thinking spring there will be bright home goods, candles, fashion and jewelry.   The Downtown Handmade Market is free to enter with ample free parking. 
 
What: Downtown Handmade Market
Where: Conti Building - 415 Howe Ave, Shelton 
When: Saturday, March 5th from 10am-3pm
Featuring live music and over 20 handmade artisan vendors! 
 
Our March handmade artisans include: Auntie Arwen's Spices, Bead Dangle Design, Designs by T-Squared, Grateful Pawz, Greystone Bookworks, Hipponotic Candle, Inspiredesigns, Kilbride Creations, KnitBeadRepeat, Color by Amber, Lilla Rose, Liquid Lunch/GROW, Lisa's Soaps, The Little Dog Laughed, OmNomNom Jams and Jellies LLC, Origami Owl Jewelry, Purslane Press, Quark Tees,Quilts by Nancy, Reid's BBQ & Rubs, Renn's Recreations, Trinkets by Teri.
The Conti Building Shops include: The Glass Source, BringtheHoopla, Written Words Bookstore, Periodic Tableware, Shadee Lady, Memories from Aunt Helen's Attic, Nikki's Attic, Three Bridges Coffee Shop, Sage Yoga, Welcome Relaxation. 
 
Live music from 10:00am-12:30pm with Benny Mikula and from 12:30pm-3:00pm Elle Sera.  
Celebrate Shelton, a city-wide initiative, was created by small business owners - Nicole Heriot-Mikula, Michael Skrtic and Jimmy Tickey. Learn more about Celebrate Shelton at www.celebrateshelton.com and follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/celebrateshelton) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/celebshelton). 

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