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September Market: 4 Things You Need To Know

Fall has finally arrived in Cincinnati! We’ve left those 90 degree days behind and the air is crisp and cool. Pumpkins are showing up everywhere, apple fritters are in the donut shops, and we can finally wear some of those cozy sweaters we’ve been admiring. As we enjoy the beautiful fall weekend, here is what you need to know about Saturday’s market.

1. It's Our Final Summer Market!

Summer 2017 has been so, so good to us. Now we are finishing up the summer season on a high note, back on the Oakley Esplanade in front of the iconic 20th Century Theater. Big, exciting changes are in store for our market next year and this will be our final market on the Oakely Esplanade so you don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to shop in the open air and enjoy all the sunshine.

2. Over 75 Vendors!

We work hard to curate the best makers and creators from around the area. We’ve got jewelry makers who work with gorgeous vintage jewelry, woodworkers who create beautiful furniture and kitchen pieces, artists who inspire us with their colors and textures, photographers who capture the emotion of a place, and many more brilliant creatives. We get excited to see what they bring us every month and can’t wait for you to see it, too.

3. Parking and Hours

Market hours run from 10-4, but stick around for St. Ceclia’s Oktoberfest! There is ample street parking in the neighborhood. Some of it is metered but much of it is free!

4. There Will Be Food!

Deeper Roots will be there with coffee (thank goodness!), Gadabout will have donuts. Chesapeake Popcorn, Grandola Granola and Cate’s Cookie kitchen have snacks covered. This isn’t even half of the great food vendors we have coming so make sure to save some room to try them all. Not to mention there are lots of great restaurants right on the Oakley square, like Oakley Pub and Dewey’s Pizza.

Stop by our event page and let us know you’re coming!

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