Journeyman Artisan Market to feature handmade goods, local artisans and signature cocktails.
The Journeyman Artisan Market in Three Oaks, MI is back this year and will take place on Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11.
70 carefully selected vendors will fill Journeyman’s historic Featherbone corset factory’s refurbished, industrial event spaces for the seasonal 2-day market. Returning artisans will be joined by many participating for the first time. “We are springing back into action with interesting new makers and tried and true favorites,” says Journeyman Event Sales Manager, Dan Breen. “We celebrate creativity and are so happy to support and share these artists with our community.”
The 2021 Spring market will feature handmade jewelry, ceramics, wearable art, health and beauty items, photography, home decor, paper goods, gourmet food, and much more to surprise and delight. The event’s layout and scale invites interaction and conversation between makers and customers that makes the experience one-of-a-kind.
Another tasty feature of Journeyman’s Artisan Market is the festive food and drink offerings. Cocktails, as well as small plate items, can be purchased from the convenient Warren Hall bar. House-made donuts, served fresh and topped creatively are a perennial favorite. Visitors wanting to make a day of it can compare purchases over a meal at Journeyman’s Staymaker Restaurant and add on an educational distillery tour.
This year they will also hold “Welter’s Folly Big Cup Putting” Saturday April 10th from 12:00PM-6:00PM. This team putting competition offers lots of ways to play (and win) with 9” cups. The $40 entry fee, for your team of two, includes a $10 Staymaker gift card and 2 commemorative Pro V1 balls. $5 from each entry goes toward a skins game, with another $5 going toward a closest to the pin competition. Cash prizes will be awarded for the top 3 scores, plus a little something for last place. Bring your own putter or use ours.
Journeyman Distillery is located in the old Featherbone Factory in Three Oaks, Michigan. You can learn more about the event here.
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