Immerse yourself in a vibrant community of Portland creators at our city’s largest BIPOC marketplace, My People’s Market.
Started in November 2017, My People’s Market was created to help entrepreneurs of color to the travel industry and professionals who can help scale their businesses. It has since become our city’s largest Black, Indigenous, and people of color maker’s market.
This event lets you connect with BIPOC entrepreneurs, makers, artists, culinary artisans, beverage crafters and performers.
Here’s information about the upcoming event.
2022 My People’s Market
The market is taking place Friday, June 3, from 4-8 p.m., and Saturday, June 4, and Sunday, June 5, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
My People’s Market features 140 vendors selling apparel and accessories, home goods, art, wellness and beauty products, books, stationery, and children’s items and food and beverages.
The event also hosts interactive performances, musicians, and artists on two stages.
Make sure you arrive with an empty stomach so you can fill up on culinary offerings from across the globe, including Kenyan, Himalayan, Mexican, Latin American, Southern U.S., Ghanaian and more.
The event is free to attend, but organizers do encourage you to register in advance for the day you plan to visit.
The market is held at the Workshop Blocks, 1125 SE Water Ave. in Portland. For more information, visit the My People’s Market website.
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