Register with a friend and save $5 on your ticket! Register in advance. Tickets are limited and will not be available at the door.
(Can’t join us for the discussion. nosh, and cocktails? We’d still love for you to come explore the market from 5 PM – 7 PM. No registration necessary if you’re just shopping!)
Please note that this event is outside and that we will be adhering to CDC health and safety guidelines. Our ticketed portion of the evening will have limited seating. Please be sure to bring a mask to wear when social distancing is not possible and for access to boutiques that may require it.
Meet Our Story Sharers
- Dana Carr, Executive Director of the Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center
- Susan Magsamen, International Arts + Mind Lab
- Kathryn Richardson, Founder/Creator of YearCheer
- Bridget Stickline, Founder/Owner of Wee Chic Boutique & Girlhero
- Debra Williams, Founder/Creator of Campus Canopies
- Moderator: Heather Walsh, Editor/Founder of (cool) progeny
Meet Our #MadeByMom Market Vendors
- Jennifer Nolley of Tiny Easel
Check out Jennifer’s art kits for kids — and (we’re crossing fingers!) a new product launch for the not-so-tiny artist!!
- Tiffany Ogunwuyi of Coco&Soy
We love Tiffany’s collection of soy candles and how she partners with local organizations to raise awareness for worthy causes!
- Victoria Clausen of Floral Fetes
Victoria is known for her gorgeous floral designs — and she’ll have a special DIY Flower Bar just for this event!
- Genie Arnot of Social Studio
Genie’s Roland Park art studio offers workshops for kids and adults, but it’s not just about helping everyone engage in creative processes. It’s a place for connection, empowerment, and community. Be sure to stop by Genie’s table because it will be an experience!
- Andrea Stieff of Stieff Co
Andrea is the guru for all things holiday decor. In addition to creating private label decorations, Andrea teaches classes for how to turn your older vintage holiday decor into new, inspired pieces.
- Ana Goldseker of SoulMate Yerba
Stop by Ana’s table to discover how she is inspiring people to engage in a healthier lifestyle through yerba mate (and try her teas!).
- Christina Brunyate of Domesticity
Christina didn’t just create a fabric shop and sewing studio — she created a community of stitchers! Whether you’re a crochet veteran or a newbie behind the sewing machine, Christina has something for you.
- Lisa Duff of Oak Spring Farm CSA
Lisa is the farmer extraordinaire behind Oak Spring Farm, an organic farm serving the Baltimore community high quality organic vegetables and humanely raised eggs. She’ll have information about her CSA — but more importantly, ideas for how to take local fall veggies and make them into delicious dishes.
- Wendy Jeffries of Tastewise Kids
Wendy is the Executive Director of TasteWise Kids, a non-profit organization who wants to inspire our next generation to make educated choices about the foods they eat today, so that they develop positive, healthy eating habits tomorrow. The organization works with local chefs, farmers, and other food professionals to teach our students about where their food comes from and more!
- Natalie Feild of Softsie
Natalie turned lemons into lemonade with her clothing line for babies, kids, and now adults! After noticing her daughter’s eczema, Natalie created fabric infused with Aloe Vera, Jojoba Oil, and Vitamin E.
… and more to be announced!
Moms Night Out: Spark Your Creativity!
Thursday, October 28 | 5 PM – 8 PM
Green Spring Station
10751 Falls Rd
Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093
$25/Ticket or 2 For $40
Tickets Must Be Purchased In Advance