Pop-Up Market Art on Vine Returns to Washington Park This Weekend

Typically, Art on Vine would be hosting their winter market in Rhinegeist's taproom, but, for health and safety reasons, they're keeping things outdoors this month to kick-off holiday shopping.

click to enlarge Pop-Up Market Art on Vine Returns to Washington Park This Weekend
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Art on Vine's artisan pop-up market is taking over Washington Park this Sunday with arts, crafts and assorted other products from more than 80 vendors.

Typically, Art on Vine would be hosting their winter market in Rhinegeist's taproom, but, for health and safety reasons, they're keeping things outdoors this month to kick-off holiday shopping.

"Art on Vine has hosted over 85 events in our eight years of existence and have made donations to over 20 local nonprofits at this point," says organizer James Jenkins. "It's hard to believe that Art on Vine started as a college project in 2012 to now a local event that has hosted over 2,500 local artists in our eight years of operating."

Admission is free and you can expect to find a flurry of handmade goods including pottery, fine art, jewelry, assorted apparel and more. Food trucks will also be on site.

The market takes place noon-6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15 in Washington Park (1230 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine). And organizers have listed these safety precautions for both shoppers and vendors to take:

  • Wearing a face mask or face covering;
  • Wash and sanitize your hands often as possible;
  • Staying 6 feet apart; keeping a safe distance;
  • Staying home when not feeling well;
  • AOV vendors MUST have hand sanitizer and disinfected for use, frequently wipe off equipment used to take payments — stylus, apple pencil, cell phones, iPads, etc.;
  • Be MINDFUL and limit the number of customers in your booths;
  • Put out signs asking customers to PLEASE SANITIZE HANDS BEFORE BROWSING;
  • Wear a face mask or face covering.

Visit artonvinecincy.com for more details.

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