First Presbyterian Church of Noblesville is hosting the sixth annual Red Geranium Artisan Market on Saturday, August 21st, from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm at 1207 Conner St., Noblesville IN. The market will feature a variety of local and international artisans, food, live music in a festive open-air environment. This year, visitors will find over 50 different artisan vendor booths located both inside and outside the historical church. We select unique, one-of-a-kind, and handmade items to provide a variety of shopping for our guests that will include fine art, antiques, furniture, boutique clothing, children’s clothing and accessories, photography, jewelry, wood, fiber, mosaic and glass craft, pottery, garden art, re-purposed and up-cycled unique creations and more! The market has 34 returning vendors back with us again this year, including fan-favorites like Glenn’s Garden Glass, Anderson Ironworks, MMM Pottery, Judy Huntley Creations, Gem Geek, LVLY Creations, and Just Millie and Me upcycled women’s fashions.
The market will have live, local talent at the music stage throughout the day to entertain you and several food options to snack on while you shop. The Presbyterian Women’s Bake Sale will be back again along with Mountain Flower Concessionaires Kettle Corn and house-made gelato, sold by the scoop, at Stacco House by Mammamia. The Red Geranium Artisan Market is a free family and pet-friendly event with no admission fees and plenty of free parking available at the City Hall parking lot on 10th St.
The Red Geranium Artisan Market is “A Market with a Mission” because the purpose of the market is to raise money for local, state, national, and international mission projects. New this year will be our artisan raffle area which will showcase a nice collection of artisan donated items. Raffle tickets will be available to purchase throughout the day and winners do not need to be present to win. FPC is also excited to be partnering with FeedingTeam.org and will have a collection zone set up for our guests to donate non-perishable food items for food pantries located throughout Hamilton County.