Shop Vintage Artisans to Modern Makers at the Made Festival

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Get ready for one of the most varied and interesting shopping events of the season, with more than 60 local vendors, including some of Guided’s favorite makers—Confluence Kombucha, Knitology, Damn Girl and Expedition Subsahara.

These talented entrepreneurs and dozens more are in the spotlight at the Made Festival Sept 6-7, hosted in the village at Westport Plaza in partnership with The Women’s Creative. The free public event celebrates St. Louis-area creatives ranging from vintage artisans to modern retailers in a lively marketplace.

Adding to the upbeat ambiance is live music from local and national artists such as Odds Lane Duo, Striking Matches, Alexandra Kay, Three Pedros and John Gurney.

Hours are 5-8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6, and 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7. Throughout the second day, shoppers can attend workshops to learn everything from new healing techniques to planting and caring for a succulent arrangement. For more details and a full list of vendors, visit the website or the Facebook page.

Images courtesy of the Made Festival at Westport Plaza.

This post is brought to you in part by the mentioned organization. Thank you for supporting the companies that keep ALIVE and Guided growing.

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