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March 2018

Art Is An Outdoor Market” to Host 70-Plus Artisan Vendors, Sat., March 24, at Republic Square

A beer and wine garden, kids zone, food trucks, arts, crafts and more to fill park-like grounds

With spring beckoning, the tree-lined grounds at Republic Square will play host to “Art Is An Outdoor Market,” starring more than 70 local Houston artists and artisans from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, March 24 at 13501 Katy Freeway in the Energy Corridor. 

Designed as a European-style market with, its organizers say, a Houston flair, the artisan outdoor market will also feature a beer and wine garden, food trucks and a kids zone with bubbles, paper marbling, a DIY terrarium area, a coloring zone and animals from the Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition. 

“Art Is An Outdoor Market” was created by The Art Cellar of Houston in the Energy Corridor District and Guerra Studios to bring painters of all mediums, sewistas, artisans, milliners, leatherworkers, metal workers, multimedia artists, soap makers, shoemakers, candle makers, florists and talented individuals selling handmade products and artwork to residents in the Energy Corridor, Katy, Sugarland and surrounding areas.

This spring’s market is the third installment from The Art Cellar of Houston and Guerra Studios, who host the event twice yearly in March and September. 

Find more about “Art Is An Outdoor Market” at www.facebook.com/ArtisanOutdoorMarket

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