We are thrilled about the return of Habitat for Humanity’s Wake ReStore as July’s charitable partner. They provides employment, affordable building materials and outreach for various groups and families. Recycling, helping the community and having fun make Wake ReStore the perfect choice for POP-UP Sunday’s Fun & Fundraising campaign.
Meredith Cantrell is the creative force behind Lucy2s. Her use, and reuse, of vintage, reclaimed fabrics is inspiring. For more information about how she is making a big difference in our community, check out her online shop here and make sure you stop by her booth this weekend at POP-UP Sunday!
A brand new vendor for POP-UP Sunday, Grimm Vintage is bringing an evolving collection to the July 27th event. Read more about this local, Durham based company here.
Here at POP-UP Sunday headquarters we are thrilled to announce the first ever RePeat. Since we started this community event, we have planned each one with fingers crossed and anxiety about the weather. We have never canceled. Not even shut down early….until March 2014. Freezing temperatures and hard rain rolled in and we ran for cover with promises of making it right with all the vendors and charitable partners. Well, that day has come. We are bringing back Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore and Lonerider beer this month for the first every POP-UP Sunday RePeat with ReStore and RePackaged, canned Lonerider beer. Our vendor spots are booked solid-that’s right, not an inch of space left for one more vintage collection or artist. We are anticipating some local media coverage in July so gussy up and come to the best, local, vintage market around. We are proud to be part of the change in our community and hope you will come try a tasty beer, eat from a truck and shop from local vintage vendors, shops and artists on July 27th! Fun starts at noon.
POP-UP Sunday has become one of the best places to shop for vintage and recycled clothing. Over the past year we have gathered an impressive collection of local artists and designers with fresh rotating collections such as Sankofa Vintage Boutique, QuirkyGrrrl, Rumors of Chapel Hill, Galatea, My Vintage Gems and many more. The shopping experience has changed and these fresh, creative businesses have been a driving force. An entire, full service boutique (including a dressing rooms) in a 10 foot, square space? Why, YES-Each month at POP-UP Sunday in downtown Raleigh. The next event is this Sunday, June 22nd, noon til 5:00 pm.