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Shop Vintage Finds and Artisan Goods at These Four Spring Marketplaces

This May, head to Highland Park Village, Klyde Warren Park, and beyond to shop outdoor markets that spotlight North Texas vendors.
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Spring Shopping Stroll at Highland Park Village

Saturday, May 1 | 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Stop by Highland Park Village on May 1 to experience the first Village-wide event since the pandemic began. This spring celebration includes live music, giveaways, and exclusive discounts at several storefronts, like 20 percent off at James Perse and Frame. You can also snag a seasonal bouquet at the Bunches Flower Co. truck, snap photos in a vintage VW bus, and try cocktails and mocktails galore. Click here to learn more.

The Market at Park Lane

Saturday, May 1 | 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Head to The Shops at Park Lane every first Saturday to shop The Market, which pops up on the lawn between Starbucks and I Love Juice Bar. Enjoy live music and shop products like vegan pastries by Wilder Sweets, beaded earrings by Kismet Jewelry, and woodcut art prints by Scout Ryman. Follow @shopsatparklane for additional details.

Mother’s Day Market at Flea Style Frisco

Saturday and Sunday, May 8 and 9 | 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

To pick up a last-minute Mother’s Day gift, check out Flea Style’s outdoor marketplace. A dozen local vendors will set up shop outside Flea Style’s Frisco storefront. Past markets have featured vintage goods, handmade jewelry, and artisan-crafted apparel and accessories. Shoppers will also enjoy drinks and specials inside the Flea Style store. Follow @fleastyle for more information.

The Boho Market at Klyde Warren Park

Saturday, May 8 | 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Boho Market, one of North Texas’s largest artisan marketplaces, pops up all over town, from Victory Park to CityLine. The May 8 event will be held at Klyde Warren Park. Expect to see booths from dozens of local makers, like hand-poured candles from Henry’s Daughter, baked goods from PamCakes & Bakin, and vintage home décor from The Elevated Abode. Keep an eye on The Boho Market’s website for details and future event dates.

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