The Workhouse Community Market is Back!

Cherry Blossoms at the Workhouse!
Official Participant of the 2021 National Cherry Blossom Festival!

Watch this LocalDVM News broadcast featuring the Community Market.

Every Saturday, April 10th – October 30th, 2021, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.!

Our April 10th Grand Re-Opening is a Participant of the 2021 National Cherry Blossom Festival.

Join us Saturday, April 10th, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. for cherry blossom themed activities including:

  • Dozens of Local Business Owners
  • Hula Performances
  • Workhouse Artists
  • The Workhouse Wishing “Tree”
  • Facebook Live Haiku Shout-outs ($1/ea)
  • Workhouse Camp Information
  • Origami Workshop
  • Metal Forging Demonstrations
  • New Exhibitions, the Lucy Burns Museum, & more! FREE!

PLUS

Visit the Lucy Burns Museum Cell Blocks, open Saturdays from 12 – 5 (expanded hours coming soon!) and our Workhouse studio galleries!

For questions or information on becoming a vendor contact: ErinWright@WorkhouseArts.org

Download the flyer here.

Below are our preparedness plan for social distancing and safety, vendor opportunities, volunteer opportunities and FAQs.

PREPAREDNESS & SAFETY

The Workhouse Community Market was developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as a safe and socially distant way to bring life back to our neighborhood! Every vendor booth is carefully measured to allow CDC recommended social distance between shoppers and hand sanitizing stations are available throughout the Workhouse campus. Masks or face coverings must be worn by all staff, vendors and visitors of the Workhouse, both indoors and outdoors, at all times.

Download our full guidelines here.

VENDOR  OPPORTUNITIES

If you are a small business owner, sales rep, aspiring entrepreneur or crafter, and are looking for a new opportunity to connect with your customer base, join the Community Market! We’ve welcomed lawyers, bakers, jewelry makers, authors and many more local businesses to our unique and historic grounds and we’d be THRILLED to have you!

For more information on becoming a vendor contact erinwright@workhousearts.org.

F.A.Q.s

Q: What is the schedule of the Community Market?

Every Saturday from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, April 10th – October 30th, 2021.

Q: I’m interested in being a vendor. What do I need to do?

That’s great! Contact erinwright@workhousearts.org to receive your application.

Q: What kind of vendors are you looking for? 

If you are a small business owner, sales rep, aspiring entrepreneur, crafter, artisan or hobbyist, we’re looking for you!

Q: Are there are other things happening on the Workhouse campus? 

Yes! Visitors can also enjoy our Lucy Burns Museum, open Saturdays from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. (expanded hours coming soon!), the Workhouse studio galleries, our McGuireWoods and Vulcan Muse rotating galleries and more! PLUS, once a month the Workhouse Community Market will enhance the experience with fun themes and activities!

Q: What if it rains? 

The Workhouse Community Market will operate rain or shine. Should the weather forecast call for severe wind or storms, the Community Market will be postponed to the following Sunday.

Q: How are you handling safety related to COVID-19?

The spaces have been expertly measured to allow 10 feet between each vendor and 6 feet for pathways for safe social distancing. All staff, vendors and visitors are required to wear masks at all times on campus, indoors, and outdoors. The Workhouse provides permanent hand sanitizing stations throughout the facility and will have sanitizing stations available during market hours.

Q: What are the hours of the Lucy Burns Museum?

The Lucy Burns Museum is free and open to the public Saturdays from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. Stay tuned for expanded hours coming soon!

Q: Are dogs allowed at the Market?

Unfortunately, while the Workhouse is a pet friendly campus, dogs are NOT allowed within the Market grounds between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Dogs are always welcome outside the Market path and on the hiking trails surrounding the Workhouse.

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