Saturday, Apr 27, 2019 10:00a -
Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts
24 Eliot St
Date Idea, Festivals & Fairs, Social Good
Saturday 4/27, 10am-5pm
OUTDOOR ONLY (Classes will be going on inside the school)
FREE 4 ALL
The JP FLEA is back at Boston's historic and inspiring Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts (www.EliotSchool.org
), who has been serving this community for over 300 years! We'll be set up in their huge yard between Jamaica Pond and Centre St.
This market will feature 100+ local and Latin American artists, vintage/antique dealers, small businesses and various artisans from the area. We'll also be hosting our other project Mendi's Boston, which offers both drop off and on-the-spot local repair services in the Jamaica Plain area (MendisBoston.com). Mendi’s is all about helping people invest in what they have, while getting tuned into local resources.
art + zines + local repair services + gifts + handmade knits + records + vintage clothing + handprinted cards + jewelry + local raw honey + herbal wellness + teas + books + henna tattoos + pottery + succulents + prints + t shirts + candles + home decor + crystals + antiques + tarot/palm/pendulum readings + more!
WANNA BE A VENDOR?
Apply at www.JPflea.com/vendor-application.html
Space is $25-80
Parking in JP is FREE but limited! The Eliot School is located right between Jamaica Pond and the JP Monument (on Centre Street & South St). There are 2 entrances to the Eliot School yard, one on Eliot St and another on Holbrook St.
SEEK + FIND Boston is a community event organizer and soon-to-be free zine series guiding you to all that is free and affordable in Boston, MA.
Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts cultivates welcoming environments where people convene across a continuum of age, economic means and backgrounds to build skills, craftsmanship and community. Its offerings satisfy the human desires to create, engage in self-expression and learn by doing, and its vision builds upon the school's historic role in shaping education in fine and applied arts.
Mendi's Boston offers alternatives to the 'throw-away' consumerism by featuring local repair services, designers, artisans and dealers of built-to-last, quality goods through our events and publications. www.MendisBoston.com