Celebrate local art and buy handcrafted goods this weekend at Terrain’s Bazaar
SPOKANE, Wash.— One of Spokane’s favorite events is back!
After a year hiatus due to the pandemic, Spokane’s largest all-local art market will descend on the streets of downtown once again.
The event is a marketplace for local artists, artisans and craftspeople to sell their products and build a sense of community with their customers. Guests can peruse vendor booths full of handmade goods, local products and maybe even find the next piece of art to display at home.
There will be dozens of vendors, including Blissful Balms & Bath, The PNW Dream, Spokaloo, Northwest Spindrift and more. There will also be activities for kids in River Park Square, a beer garden sponsored by Flatstick Pub and live music.
Below, you’ll find a couple of artists who were featured on Good Morning Northwest!
- Rose, a digital artist and illustrator with Ink and Honey
- Lily, an embroidery artist who also has an Etsy shop
- Corrina, a multi-media artist and owner of The PNW Dream
According to Terrain, this year’s event will be slightly smaller than the last Bazaar.
Vendors will be spaced out due to the ongoing pandemic and there will be 20 or fewer featured.
However, artists need our support now more than ever. Terrain hopes Spokane shows up in BIG ways to support these businesses that are critical to the health and vitality of our city.
Bazaar kicks off on Saturday on Main Ave. between Lincoln and Wall St. and runs from 11 a.m.- 9 p.m.
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