TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) – The Made In Tucson (MinT) Market returns to historic Fourth Avenue this Sunday, November 28 to help you do your holiday shopping.
The bi-annual fair of local artisans is presented by the Historic Fourth Avenue Coalitionwhich says “it’s not just about commerce, it’s about community”.
“The Made in Tucson Marketplace is a celebration of the risk takers and dream makers who personify the Tucson maker movement,” the website reads. “He honors the authentic nature of the rugged desert and the unique spirits that inhabit it. He revels in the deep resilience and connection of our community.”
The coalition supports and promotes local shopping within the Tucson community, not only at MinT Market, but also at brick-and-mortar businesses. Historic Fourth Liner.
This fall’s MinT Market will feature over 300 vendors and multiple food trucks.
Organizers point out that local shopping is a sustainable way to shop for the holidays and continue to build community, such as with a new mural project funded by money raised at previous MinT Markets:
The MinT market only lasts one day, Sunday November 27th.
- East 7th Street to West 4th Avenue
- 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- More than 300 suppliers
- Food trucks at the south end of the parking lot at 7th Street and 5th Avenue
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