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Long before LA's lifestyle hubs decided to get all outdoorsy, indie markets like Eastside Handmade have championed indie talents in fresh air settings.
This Saturday, The seasonal bazaar returns to Highland Park's Shopclass for a full day of local retail therapy. Update 4/8, 12pm: Eastside Handmade organizer Sheryl Cancellieri tells us this weekend's event has been moved to next Saturday, April 23rd due to the rain.
Happening from 11am to 5pm, the event will showcase goods from over 40 vendors, including hand-dyed clothing from Ermie, accoutrements from jewelry fave Androgyny Design, pottery by Michelle Luu, bohemian wall hangings from WKNDLA, and much more. Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream will be serving sweet treats and Purple Twig's DIY craft table will also be in the house; see the full lineup of vendors below.