Just in time for the Christmas shopping season, Lancaster Bible College will host its first-ever Makers Market from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 11.
Hosted by the college’s Alumni Office and set for the Student Center on LBC’s campus at 901 Eden Road, the morning will feature crafters and vendors consisting of local residents as well as LBC alumni.
With space for more than 20 vendors, a limited number of spots remain; the vendor fee is a donation of any amount to LBC’s Community Scholarship Fund. Several confirmed vendors will offer coffee and baked goods for purchase. Vendors interested in participating in the market can apply online here; the deadline is Nov. 9, and space is reserved on a first-come, first-served basis with preference given LBC alumni and students.
Admission for the public, as well as parking, is free. Vendors will offer various handmade goods, such as wood décor, earrings, hand-painted gnomes, Christmas ornaments, candies and baked goods, cards, devotionals, children’s products, calligraphy, heating pads, pet toys, crochet items, photo prints and canvases, and original art.
“We’re excited to host our first-ever Makers Market and display the talents of our alumni and local community,” said Myranda Kemrer, LBC’s Director of Alumni Relations and a 2018 graduate of the college. “The beautiful fall season is the perfect time to shop local as we prepare to give heartfelt gifts to those we love.”
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