2020’s Art Sale & Stroll was such a smash hit, so the Phinney Neighborhood Association decided to do another one. This neighborhood event is an opportunity for artists, crafters, and makers to display their wares for gazing and purchase, and a chance for appreciators to collect some new art, jewelry, or other handmade treasures.
Using a Google map as your guide, take a stroll or drive around PhinneyWood and visit yards on Saturday, June 12 from 12-4pm (masks and 6-feet physical distancing required). Contactless payment is highly encouraged, so get your PayPal and Venmo accounts ready. A link to the map and participating artists will be on the event website in the weeks leading up to the stroll.
Artists & makers click here to register to participate, with the deadline to sign up is Friday, June 4. The cost is $20 to be listed on the map and $50 for a space in the Phinney Center lower parking lot (limited availability – so reserve yours now).
There is a DIY tool the PNA has created to match artists without outdoor spaces with neighborhood residents with yards or driveways that would enjoy hosting them. Follow this link to access the tool and follow the directions.
The PNA would also love to have artists and makers aware of their email list for their annual Winter Festival & Crafts Fair, for which all PNW makers are invited to apply. If you’d like to get on the list to be informed of the next one (which may or may not happen virtually this year; the PNA is working on that), please email Jessie at [email protected].