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Since it’s safer to be outside, why not do your shopping in an open-air marketplace? The Sunrise Theater is launching a Marketplace on the Sunrise Square this Saturday.

The Marketplace is designed to provide Broad Street shoppers access to more local small businesses, artisans, and organizations.  These vendors will have pop-up shops scattered around the Sunrise Square on Saturday, August 22 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The event is free and open to the public. The Sunrise plans to host the event on Saturdays for the next few months, weather permitting.

This first Marketplace event will feature numerous local small businesses and organizations including Ophidia Leather, Courtney’s Shoes, PineLife, Flowland Counter-Culture Outlet, Carolina Belle Boutique, McRae Designs, Chadds Ford Creations, Form V Chocolates, Forte Fitness, Cotton & Grain Boutique, Thyme & Place Café, Traveling Vineyard, Brian’s Mobile Auto Repair, Marie Marcele Boutique, the Sunrise Theater, Sandhills PRIDE, and Pinecones Field Hockey Club. 

The Sunrise Theater is carefully following health and safety guidelines. Vendors and shoppers will be required to wear masks at all times.  The number of shoppers on the Sunrise Square will be monitored and controlled with separate entrances and exits. Pop-up shops will be spaced 10-15’ apart for easier social distancing.

Local small businesses and artisans may contact the Sunrise to reserve a pop-up space for future dates. Local musicians who wish to entertain shoppers from the First Bank Stage at the Sunrise Square should also contact the Sunrise.

More information is available on SunriseTheater.com or by contacting the Sunrise at Information@SunriseTheater.com.

 

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