The Earth without art is just eh.

Have you been to The Bazaar at Carrboro Commons yet? If not, you should definitely grab the opportunity to stop by this Sunday, May 15th anytime between 1pm and 6pm. It’s the last of the Spring series – and you won’t want to miss it!

Well…I say anytime, but what I really mean is that you should come on the early side of the afternoon. With local food trucks on-site, you can plan to make a lunch out of it. And not feel one bit guilty about splurging on the bountiful yummy-goodness, because you’re going to be walking around for the rest of the afternoon checking out the arts and crafts, and speaking to local vendors.

And with 70+ vendors, there is going to be plenty to see and lots of smiling faces.

The kid and I will be among them. It’s his birthday weekend, and we’re going to be enjoying the lovely afternoon with an al fresco lunch (and I’ll be enjoying a craft beer).

Check out the video below to “meet” Meghan and Duncan of High Street Design. The Bazaar is their creation – and we’re all thankful to them for committing to their craft and bringing the community together to celebration creation.

If you plan on coming, leave a comment and let me know. Maybe we can connect and revel together in the local goodness the artisans bring.

About The Bazaar

Many exceptionally creative artists and craftspeople call Carrboro, or one of it’s surrounding communities, home. The Bazaar was born out of the need for a large venue where these folks can share their goods with the public.

An inviting and vibrant atmosphere welcomes visitors into this thriving craft & art market each month. Locally sourced food/drink/music are also available for everyone’s enjoyment.

About High Street Design

A small design and branding house based out of Carrboro. Their love of the arts and their community motivated them to bring this art and craft market to life. It’s with pride, as members of those fortunate enough to live in Carrboro, that they happily act as coordinators of The Bazaar.