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Five Local Marketplaces Near Dallas to Shop This March

Highland Park Village LOCAL's first springtime market, a rummage sale at Flea Style Deep Ellum, and more.

Shop small this spring at these five marketplaces, each with its own curation of locally-made artisan goods.

CURATED: A Modern Pop-Up Market | March 22, 12 – 5 pm

Celebrate Women’s History Month by shopping small: this neighborhood marketplace, which is a collab between The Iman Project and Legacy West Market Days, spotlights North Texas’ up-and-coming female artisans. Shop geode-inspired resin art by Mansi Aggarwal, beauty products by Eyllekskincare, and more. Other highlights: kid-friendly crafting with @LatinaCrafter, a camper photo booth with The Southern Flash, and balloon displays by Wow Balloons DFW.

The Boho Market | March 7, 12 – 6 pm

On March 7, this recurring favorite heads north. TUPPS Brewery McKinney, housed in a very cool historic cotton mill, will host the festivities. Expect live music, craft beer, and a spread of goods from local vendors, like Texas-themed graphic tees by My Multitudes, grooming products by Horned Toad Beard Company, and resin longhorns by UntamedArte.

Flea Style Rummage Sale | March 8, 12 – 5 pm

Flea Style’s Deep Ellum location is clearing out to make room for a farm-to-table tearoom, Heirloom Haul. (The first Heirloom Haul is located inside Flea Style’s Frisco outpost.) The rummage sale will feature flea market finds and fixtures, racks of final sale Flea Style items, products from other vendors, music, and an Easy Sliders food truck. Another plus: 25 percent of proceeds will benefit SoupMobile, a traveling food kitchen that aids homeless individuals in Dallas.

Highland Park Village LOCAL | March 28, 9 am

This beloved neighborhood marketplace kicks off its spring season on March 28. Stroll down Highland Park Village’s sidewalks to shop returning vendors, like Urban Spikes‘ succulent designs, LemonGlaze‘s hand-thrown ceramics, and The Jelly Queens‘ organic jams. A fresh crop of new brands will be introduced, too, like gold and turquoise jewelry from Kate Swail Designs and Texas-inspired watercolor playing cards by Wabash Road. Be sure to pick up a bouquet of spring blooms at Flower Gals Co.’s vintage Volkswagen truck.

Spring at the Silos | March 12-14

If you haven’t yet explored Waco’s wildly popular Silo District, now’s the time. This springtime celebration includes vendor booths, concerts, outdoor activities, and food trucks from Texas favorites like Fletcher’s Corny Dogs. This year’s vendor lineup boasts an eclectic mix of apparel, art, and beauty products. Texas brands are front and center: you’ll find Favor the Kind’s apparel and accessories, Sarah Briggs’ laid-back and delicate jewelry, and Calyan Wax Co.’s hand-poured candles.

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