Bits and Bobs Marketplace is “popping-up” at Whitehall Mill on Saturday! We love how founders  (and local Baltimore moms!) Julie Linz and Susan Faint have curated such a unique group of local makers and businesses.

Saturday’s market features 32 local makers AND all of the locally-owned food businesses that call Whitehall Mill home. The event, which runs from 10 AM – 2 PM, is safe and socially responsible. Be sure to bring your mask for parts of the market that are indoors – – Baltimore City still requires masks indoors.

It’s always good to know before you go, so here are five vendors you definitely want to add to your “must visit them at Bits and Bobs” list:

Fuzzy Mug: We love Brooke Mulholland’s whimsical and witty designs! Don’t miss out on her collection of “BroodX” merch — including cicada flour sack towels and tanks.

Erin Dayhew: Erin creates quirky products — and that’s what we can’t get enough of! Earrings, Laser-engraved acrylic keychains, wine glasses, she has them all. And we just can’t get over those rainbow acrylic plant markers!

Tiny Easel: You probably saw our interview earlier this year with founder/creator Jennifer Nolley. Tiny easel art kits are perfect for littles in your life — or make a great travel art kit for you! Are the beach & watercolors in your future? All signs point to yes.

Budz and Blooms: Have two brown thumbs and your roses aren’t overflowing with splendor? Your home can still have gorgeous blooms! Budz & Blooms is bringing their build your own bouquet cart to the market. DIY-made easy!

Sunshine Street: Need a new bag? You will love the summery designs from Sunshine Street! We do!

 

Bits & Bobs Market at the Mill

Saturday, June 12th | 10 AM – 2 PM
Whitehall Mill, Hampden

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