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Oxford Maker’s Market to Take Place Saturday

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Photo courtesy Oxford Maker’s Market Facebook page

The Oxford Maker’s Market will be on the courthouse lawn Saturday, Oct. 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

This month’s market will have 35 vendors including featured artist, Midtown Glassworks from Memphis.The Children’s Market area will feature handmade items by six young crafters. Live music will be provided from 12 to 4 p.m. by Kevin Guyer. This is a family friendly event and is free to the public.

The Oxford Maker’s Market is a local art and crafts market based in Oxford that occurs every first Saturday of the month on the courthouse lawn of the historic Oxford Square.

The  Maker’s Market is committed to underexposed and unrepresented talent and handmade goods of any and all styles. It provides an outlet for vendors of a wide variety of mediums and a live performance area for performing artists at each event. The market provides a children’s market area for budding entrepreneurs as well.

First time vendors, non-profits, and fundraisers vend for free. If you are interested in learning more about Oxford Maker’s Market, or if you would like to become a vendor or performing artist, view their website at oxfordmakermarket.org, contact the, by email at oxfordmakersmarket@gmail.com or find them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OxfordMakersMarket.

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