Show & Tell Pop Up Shop at Asheville Social Hall, May 10-20

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Press release from Show & Tell Pop Up Shop:

SHOW & TELL POP UP SHOP PRESENTS OUR SPRING POP UP SHOP!

OPEN MAY 10-20, 10AM – 9PM

OPENING PARTY, MAY 10 FROM 6-9PM

LOCATED AT THE ASHEVILLE SOCIAL HALL. 81 BROADWAY ST, ASHEVILLE 28801

A HANDMADE AND VINTAGE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE FEATURING 75+ LOCAL & REGIONAL INDEPENDENT VENDORS

The Show & Tell Pop Up Shop will pop up this Spring with an 11-day shopping experience at the Asheville Social Hall in Downtown Asheville, just in time for Mother’s Day!

Explore this beautiful, light-filled, loft-like space as you shop an array of local/indie handmade, design, and vintage items.

The venue will be transformed into a retail pop up shop, showcasing over 75+ local/indie handmade and vintage vendors, including housewares, food, decor, jewelry, clothing, and more. There will be handmade items for sale created by local Mini-Makers, children ages 8-14. As well as original and print art created by local homeless artists through the I Am Home project. (Full list of vendors available on the website)

The shop is open May 10-20 from 10am-9pm daily.

Stop by Thursday evening for our Opening Party, Thursday, May 10th from 6-9pm and enjoy complimentary food, beverages from Bhramari Brewing Co, fairy hair by Fiery Fairy, and live poetry on demand by The Petite Typist.

Special events include a Mother’s Day weekend flower bar, food tastings, chair massage, and an opportunity to get your hands dirty with Kid Seed Co and make seed balls for your garden.

For more information, please visit www.showandtellpopupshop.com

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