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Good Night Market

Impact Hub MSP and Social Enterprise Alliance – Twin Cities present the first Good Night Market.

The Good Night Market is a pop-up market showcasing local, socially conscious brands, entrepreneurs, and makers. Spend a wintry evening at the Traffic Zone Art Gallery, enjoying food, art, and shopping that supports local and global causes.

Whether you are looking for that perfect last minute gift or a customized gift set, let the Good Night Market be your destination for amazing products and gifts with a great story!

FEATURED BRANDS and MAKERS:

Academy for Women’s Empowerment-AWE
Fair Anita
3seams
Bodylish
Hemlocks Leatherworks
Divas Fair Trade
Dog Love Repeat
Essence One, LLC
Ethos Collection
Favorable Treats
Julia Elise Apothecary
lovemplsparks.org
Regla De Oro – Art Gallery & Fair Trade Gifts
Wild Bird Flying
Trades of Hope – Jess Argetsinger-Trades of Hope
Goodspend
All Are Welcome Here
True Ethic
House Of Talents

This is a family and youth-friendly event. All are welcome!

RVSP HERE

PARKING OPTIONS
1. METERED ON-STREET PARKING is available on N 3rd Ave, N Washington Ave, and in the surrounding areas.
2. LOT PARKING is available next to the T3 building under the freeway.
3. RAMP PARKING is available in the C Ramp on N 3rd Ave, south of the Traffic Zone Building. You can enter and exit the C Ramp from N 3rd Ave (midway between N Washington Ave and N 5th St) or at N 2nd Ave at N 4th St (Don’t go towards Ramps A or B when exiting 394.)

See full parking options: http://bit.ly/HubParking

 

 

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Good Night Market - Where your gift gives back

The Good Night Market is a dusk inspired pop-up market showcasing local, socially conscious brands, entrepreneurs, and makers. Spend a wintry evening at the Traffic Zone Art Gallery, enjoying food, art, and shopping that supports local and global causes.

Event Organizers

Impact Hub Minneapolis – St. Paul

Date & Time

December 14, 2017 | 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Location

Impact Hub Minneapolis – St. Paul

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Updated on 06 December 2017