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Buy Local at “Seattle Made Market Day”

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Seattle Good Business Network and Pike Place Market will host “Seattle Made Market Day,” a shopping event celebrating local craftspeople and producers on Saturday, October 14, 2017.

As part of its third annual Seattle Made Week, Market Day at Pike Place will feature 35 local producers set up in the MarketFront Pavilion, and will spotlight an additional 30 Seattle Made members who sell throughout Pike Place Market. This celebration of local artisan production and manufacturing will provide opportunities for attendees to meet, mingle and shop from these local producers who make their products within Seattle city limits.

“Local artisanal production is an integral part of Pike Place Market,” said David Dickinson, Daystall and Arts Program Manager at Pike Place Market. “We are very proud to host Seattle Made for this celebration of local makers.”

The event will include passport stations, encouraging people to explore the Market and locate the many Seattle Made members in the immediate vicinity. Attendees will be provided with punch cards and will have a chance to earn a participation prize and raffle tickets by visiting various stations. One point can be earned by showing event staff a selfie by the famous “Meet the Producer” sign at the iconic entrance to the Market at 1st Ave. and Pike Place.

If you go:


WHAT: Seattle Made Market Day at Pike Place

WHEN: Saturday, October 14 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WHERE: Pike Place MarketFront Pavilion, 1901 Western Ave.


PARKING: The Public Market Parking Garage at 1531 Western Ave and the MarketFront Parking Garage at 1901 Western Ave. Access to the MarketFront is available via an elevator in the MarketFront Garage.

For more information on Seattle Made, visit www.seattlemade.org. For more information on the Pike Place Market, visit http://pikeplacemarket.org/.

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