Get a jump on holiday shopping by coming to Powell Gardens’ FreshMade Fair this Sunday, November 13 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. We’re thrilled to have such a talented group of makers participating in our first pop-up market, which features locally handcrafted items ranging from jewelry, accessories, art, specialty food and drinks, soaps, home decor, ceramics, candles and more. See the full list of FreshMade Fair makers.
In honor of Veterans Day, admission is free for all U.S. military veterans, retirees and active-duty members (with ID) from Nov. 11-13, 2016 (including the FreshMade Fair). You can also get in free by donating a garden tool from our Tool Drive wish list! Otherwise, Garden admission applies: $7/adults, $6/seniors 60+, $3/kids 5-12, and free/members and kids under 5.
Sneak Peek at the FreshMade Fair
Here’s just a taste of what you’ll see this Sunday:
Wolfe Brack succulent microgardens: Cultivate appreciation for tiny details with mini hanging gardens by artist Wolfe Brack—small succulents hanging in colorful clay planters you can hold in the palm of your hand.
Bryan Fyffe: Bold artwork inspired by nature and born of a blend of ink drawings, photography and digital manipulation.
Micael Elrod: Fanciful and intricate textile art depicting flowers, plants and animals, lovingly applied to jackets, bags, and other accessories.
BoysGrow: Delicious sauces and other treats made locally by young men learning the arts of agriculture, sales, culinary creativity and more.
Three Trees Workshop: Beautifully crafted wooden toys, game boards (chess, Chinese checkers and more), cutting boards, jewelry boxes, and decorative items handmade by Nathan and Cynthia Epp of Warrensburg, Mo.
The Brewkery: Buy bottles of their handcrafted, artisanal Lucky Elixir kombucha in refreshing flavors like Citrus Hops, Ginger Lime, and Aroniaberry.
Lost & Found Design: Inventive jewelry designs made using found items, gemstones and intricately cut wood.
Hugo Tea Company: Hugo Tea is organic and handcrafted in small batches to create a truly delicious product. Owned and operated by Kansas Citians, they travel to the source of their teas and handpick the best ingredients.
Gigi Moon: Unique handcrafted jewelry featuring gemstones, fossils and other archaic finds.
Wood+Wick Co.: Deliciously-scented candles hand-poured in K.C. Three percent of their profits are used to support our national parks!
Roundhouse Exchange: Roundhouse Exchange is Kansas City’s source for “durable, sustainable goods” made in the Midwest and made to last. Wood, glass, stoneware, metal and more come together at the intersection of beauty and functionality to create timeless tools for your home.
Again, that’s just a sample of what you’ll see! Thank you to Breanne Wasinger for putting this fantastic event together! We hope you will join us.