Expanded ‘Neighborhood Makers Faire’ coming to Richmond

Expanded 'Neighborhood Makers Faire' coming to Richmond
Photos by Kathy Chouteau.

By Kathy Chouteau

A bigger and better “Neighborhood Makers Faire” is coming to the San Pablo Avenue and Clinton Avenue thoroughfare in Richmond Sunday, June 30 from noon to 6 p.m., when The Factory Bar and other local business team up.

The recurring event will feature more than 65 artists—double its last incarnation—at an expanded layout throughout nearby neighborhood businesses, including The Factory Bar’s patio (21 and over), and the parking lots of El Tucan, Waffles & Cream, Metztl boutique and Faby-Lous Plants. New additions will include Catahoula Coffee and Stewart’s Body Shop.

Live music will be filling the airwaves at each of the neighborhood’s spaces.

“We are looking forward to highlighting some of the best local arts and crafts, in the best neighborhood around,” co-owners of the bar, Michelle Guest and Tom Lyons, told the Standard in the spring about the series of events.

More recently, The Factory Bar stated on Instagram that last time the event was epic and that they are looking forward to spending another amazing summer Sunday with their neighborhood and all the local artists and artisans.

Again, find the fun times Sunday at the crossroads of San Pablo Ave. & Clinton Ave. in Richmond.