Holiday Pop-Up Shop + Weekend mini markets
Shop our #MadeInTheMDWST store from November 12 to December 24th inside the Market Hall at The Van Aken District. Tuesdays - Sundays 10am-6pm, 8pm on Fridays.
Parking on-site. Free and open to the public. Shop 100 small-batch brands with us at 3441 Tuttle Road, Shaker Heights, OH
Six weeks of #SupportingSmall with brands from around the MDWST.
Spend weekends with us sipping lattes from Rising Star, sampling every slider at Banter Shaker and tackling your to-shop-for list at our brand, spanking new Holiday Shop! We’re only open for 6 weeks, so mark your calendar!
shop open Tuesday - Sunday
+ weekend three mini market | November 29, 30 & December 1
market hours Friday 5-8pm, Saturday + Sunday 10am - 6p
So, what can you find in the Pop Up Shop?
We’re bringing in a whole bunch of amazing regionally-made, designed and found goods for the Holiday Season. Our shop is open Tuesdays - Sundays 10am - 6pm (8pm on Fridays). Come see us at 3441 Tuttle Road, inside the Van Aken Market Hall.
Here’s who you’ll shop with us at #MadeInTheMDWST for six whole weeks.
Papercutz // Lucca // Seel Made // Brighton Wool & Honey Co. // Tesori Del Lago // Sweet Dish & Darling // Peripeti Home // The Tart Peach // Shore Society // Vintage Fashion CLE // Lake Erie Design Co. // Together Textiles // Hyggelight Candle Co. // Legend Headwear // Yellowcake Shop // Oceanne Jewelry // Samantha Wiggins (swdsgns) // Seville Lettering Co. // Skinny Dip Jewelry // Fount Leather // Fiber & Gloss // Little Sky Stone // 2 Odd Birds // Green Blanky Studio // The Circle Craft // Cleveland Surf Co. // Furbish & Fire Candle Co. // Franklin Morrow // Free Period Press // Platypus Boards // Letters By Jenn // Chagrin Valley Soap & Salve
Creative Conversations Conference– dedicated to helping you create your best biz and life.
WE ARE —
MOVERS + SHAKERS.
Cleveland Flea draws thousands of Northeast Ohioans to lesser-known neighborhoods in the city to shop curated vintage, culinary all-stars, and the most talented makers in the region.
But it’s always been more than just a market.
In the last few years, Cleveland Flea has grown dramatically, providing a much-needed space in Cleveland to support creatives, makers, and even neighborhoods that are often overlooked by developers and the general public.