R. House’s food hall setup is all about choice, and that is doubly true today when the Vintage & Handmade Market sets up shop. More than a dozen vendors and makers will be selling their wares, a group that includes the jewelry company Falling Branch Studio, the printmaker Beertanicals, vintage fashion purveyor Hemlock Vintage and the mixed-media artist Vanaadon Creations, just to name a few.
On top of that, a portion of proceeds from every vendor fee will go toward the Women’s Advocacy Coalition Baltimore, a nonprofit helping at-risk women and girls in the city. Members from the group will also be on hand to collect supplies for the upcoming school year. For a full list of recommended products, click here.
Between all the food stalls, all the drink possibilities at R. Bar and all of the unique items for sale, attendees will have plenty to choose from.
11 a.m.-4 p.m., R. House, 301 W. 29th St., (443) 347-3570, Facebook page, free admission.
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