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Popping Up

Homespun and St’Artup317 have partnered to bring you a curated pop up shop located in downtown Indy every weekend through the March Madness tournament.

In partnership and collaboration with St’Artup317,a non-profit retail pop-up initiative, Homespun is excited for the opportunity to launch a pop up shop located at 18 North Meridian just south of Monument Circle for the duration of the NCAA March Madness tournament in Indianapolis.

WHEN?

The pop-up will be open to the public March 18 – 21, March 25- 28, and April 2 – 5, from 11 am to 7pm. Handmade goods will include food, apparel, jewelry,bath and body care, home goods,plants, paper goods and more from local makers. Homespun will continue to operate at their Mass Ave location during this time, at 869 Mass Ave,open weekdays from 10 am to 6 pm and Fridays and Saturdays from 10 am to 8 pm.Homespun will bring the work of over 45 makers and artists to the pop up space, including United State of Indiana, Revival Food Co, Frittle,Best Chocolate in Town, The Botanikal Bar,People for Urban Progress, Bitchstix, Sunset Avenue Ceramic and many more (see below for complete list.) St’ArtUp317 also has a pop up shop in collaboration with Cargo Streetwear at 6 W. Washington Street, open from 12 pm to 8 pm March 18 – April 2. See St’Artup317’s website for more details: https://www.startup317.com/bonus-season.

With the NCAA tournament in Indianapolis, Homespun:Modern Handmade wants to be are source for Indianapolis guests to find one of a kind Indiana gifts and souvenirs. Through both locations and the help of St’ArtUp317’s pop up retail initiative, Homespun is excited to offer visitors and downtown neighbors handmade goods from Indy’s talented and creative makers and artists.

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