On September weekends, the Philadelphia Marketplace returns to Dilworth Park with local artists and craftspeople

Beginning Saturday, September 2, the Philadelphia Marketplace returns to take over Dilworth Park.

The pop-up marketfeaturing artists and craftspeople from the Philadelphia area, takes place every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 6pm through October 1st.

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VSupporters include Bees & Wax Soap & Candle Co., Erin & Avery Studio Co., Philly Candles and Sistah Scents, which will sell candles, soaps and fragrances; Timeless Trends, Lily Lough Jewelry and ClailyCreates, who will sell jewelry; Artevolar and Charlotte Holt, who will sell artworks; And Innovation Enterprises that will sell coffee.

“What I like best about this event is that it regularly showcases local vendors from the Philadelphia area on a weekly basis – it’s a truly amazing way to support local businesses, support small businesses, and at the same time find something special for yourself.” That is it’s really a win-win situation,” said pProject manager Ronja Baumann.

Participants can get a parking discount for Love Park Garage by registering in the iParkit app and using the code “MADEINPHILA”. In addition, all new iParkit users receive a 20% discount on the first five uses.

The Philadelphia Marketplace is operated by the organizers of the Christmas Village and the Center City District.

Philadelphia Marketplace

Saturdays and Sundays from September 2nd to October 1st
noon to 6 p.m
Dilworth Park at City Hall
1 p. 15th St., Philadelphia, PA 19102


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