Friday, March 17, 2017

Arkansas Made, Arkansas Proud market coming March 31, April 1

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The Arkansas Made, Arkansas Proud market opens at War Memorial Stadium March 31 and April 1. The event, brought to you by the Arkansas Times and the War Memorial Stadium Foundation, highlights Arkansas makers, who'll be selling jewelry, art, bath and body products, pottery, clothing, woodwork, edibles and more!

A preview party, from 6-9 p.m. Friday, March 31, will give folks first dibs at goods and allow them to participate in a silent auction. There will be food and wine and beer, too. Advance tickets are $25 and available at the Times ticket site, centralarkansastickets.com. They're $30 at the door. Parking is free and entry is at Gate 1.

General shopping runs from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, April 1. Tickets are $5 for adults. Kids get in for free.

Here are the vendors:

2nd Life Wood
A Conversation Piece
Adhara, Inc.
Adrian Quintanar
Allison Eastman Britt Design
AR-T's
Arkansas Agriculture Department
Arkansas Rice Council
Art by Lois
Barbara Smock Equine Art & More
Bathhouse Soapery
Beadmakers Sage & Tom
Bee Natural Soap
Beringer Wood
Blue Swallow Clothing Co.
BMS Treats
Bryan Kellar
Cary Collins Designs
Cheryl Kellar
Chipotle Joe's
Cocoa Belle Chocolates
Country Deep
Crazy Daisy Designs
Creek Baby
Designs by Denise
Diva from Scratch
Electric Ghost
Elizabeth & Maxine
Farm Diva
Fresh Mountain Soup
Geri's Jams & Jellies
Great Ferments
Hillcrest Waterbugs
Honey Pies
Honeysuckle Lane Cheese
I Am Here Cards
Itty Bitty Boots
Jaxon Marz Goods
Jeanetta Darley
Jeter Arts
JK Woodworking
Juanita's Candy Kitchen
Juli Odum's Urban Jungle Jewelry
Kanned by Karen
Karen Ahuja Studios
Kent Walker Cheese
Kyya Chocolate
Lather and Lights
Lighthouse Designs
Loblolly Creamery
Luv My Wallet
made.
Mavis and Cynthia
Mintaka Design
Mosaic Templars Cultural Center
Mount Olive Pepper Co.
Nailed It
OddBowlz Ceramics
Ozark Apothecary
Ozark Folk Center State Park
P.S. Pottery
Pickles' Pottery
Pottery by Theda
Pratt Family Salsa
Pure Soy Candles
Rhinodillo Design
Robinson Lane Designs
Roche Apparel
Scripted Joy/Craft Perchance
Serendipity
Serenity Naturals
Shawna C. Elliott Art
Silverwear by Linda
Solomon's Farm
Southern Fox
Spirited ReCreations
Subiaco Abbey
SWAG
Sweet Creations by DJ
The Arkansas Food Bank
The Shabby Stitchery
The Swalty Kernel
The Tiny Twig
Townsend Spice and Supply
Tucker Mountain Metal Design & New Day Collection
Woodwort Workshop
Ximena & Elle
Michael Hicks

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