The MADE fair is an indie craft show in Missoula, MT featuring local and regional artists held twice a year (summer & holiday). This is not your ordinary craft fair! The Missoula MADE fair is a full day of creative indulgence featuring local and regional artists making unique one-of-a-kind creations
holiday MADE fair
12.14.14 | 11am-6pm
The 8th annual holiday MADE fair continues to grow and will again be held at the Adams Center. The winter event will showcase over 150 talented artists, merchandise booth, non-profit information and activity zone, and momma feeding zone. We have changed the floorplan slightly to accommodate our artists and to make everyone’s shopping experience a little easier. This FREE event is family and hipster friendly.
This FREE event is family and hipster friendly. Want to help out at this awesome event? Sign up to volunteer!
Thank you to all the amazing and talented artists that have applied for the holiday show. We are currently reviewing applications and will notify everyone by October 15th about the status of their application. If you are interested in receiving updates and announcements about future events, please sign up on our mailing list.
Like the poster? Want a t-shirt to remember the day? Stop by the Merch booth to pick up some goodies to support the MADE fair and future events. All items are also available in our online shop.
MOMMA FEEDING ZONE
This year The Lotus Project will once again be hosting a Mamma Feeding Zone to keep little ones fed and a comfortable resting spot for mommas to take a breather and keep everyone happy.
NON-PROFIT INFORMATION & ACTIVITIES
A variety of local non-profits will be providing information and some activities to those in attendance. It is important to us that we continue to give back and support local organizations having a positive impact on our community. If you are a non-profit interested in participating, please fill out our non-profit application.
REcreate designs | Carol Lynn Lapotka
Courtney Blazon Illustrations | Courtney Blazon
Design Missoula | Sara Kauk