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NoCo Makers Market Draws Community Together

The Third Annual NoCo Makers Market is drawing the community together in Downtown Evansville.

Posted: Oct 18, 2020 2:40 PM
Updated: Oct 18, 2020 6:36 PM

The Third Annual NoCo Makers Market is drawing the community together in Downtown Evansville.

Hosted by the Economic Improvement District, the event included nearly 40 local vendors, live music, food trucks, and yoga along Carpenter Street.

Safety was still a priority with hand washing stations set up, along with encouraging social distancing and face masks.

"The whole purpose of the event is to really drive consumers to support these local makers," says Adam Trinkel, Downtown Evansville Marketing and Events Director. "We've got everything from honey makers, to dog treats, to food like fudge, and clothing, so we're just celebrating makers."

Admission was completely free.

The first 200 children in attendance Sunday also were able to receive a free pumpkin to take home.

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