On Saturday, June 8th, from 3-8 pm, the Denver Handmade Homemade Market (HAHO) will be partnering up with Earthlinks to hold their annual outdoor market. There will be live music from DJ Cavem and Poet’s Row, vegan fare by Pony Treats, beer can chicken and smoked ribs, coffee roasting demonstrations by Pablo’s Coffee, garden and craft workshops by Earthlinks, and so much more!
There will be over 40 local, small-scale businesses vending a variety of products. The Denver HAHO Market cultivates the concept of community-supported business in Denver, providing small-scale, cottage-industry producers a chance to participate in our local economy, many for the first time. In order to keep markets like this accessible for small producers, they ask for a $2-$5 suggested donation at the door, enabling them to maintain low vendor fees. Alternately, you can bring a thoughtful re-gift to donate to the community give-and-take table.
This is a membership-based market, so they ask everyone to sign up for a free membership online at www.denverhaho.org, or simply sign up when you arrive at the door.
One of the most unique aspects of shopping at the HAHO is that buyers have the opportunity to use ‘Denver Dough,’ a local currency exclusive to the HAHO, as well as to barter with vendors and one another. HAHO prides itself on being a testing ground for alternative currencies, as well as bartering.
When: Saturday, June 8, 3-8 pm
Where: Earthlinks Parking Lot, 2828 Larimer Street
RSVP: Facebook Event
Entrance Cost: $2 suggested donation or bring a thoughtful re-gift for the give-and-take table