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Oct. 28 - Make Savannah Fall Festival Celebrates 30 Local Makers, Music and More

Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

October 28, 2019 - Make Savannah and Maven Makers are teaming up for Make Savannah Fall Festival, a free public event featuring the local work of artisans, craftsmen and entrepreneurs. Located at 415 W. Boundary St., the event will take place on Saturday, Nov. 9 from 4 to 8 p.m., including free and ample parking. During the event, more than 30 local artisans will exhibit made-in-Savannah goods, featuring leather, jewelry, original art, woodworking, small-batch skin care and more. 

“Make Savannah is The Hostess City’s fastest growing community of creatives, and this is our biggest event of the year,” said Rebekah Lingenfelser, Director of Communications. “Come out, bring your pets and kids, and get to know the faces behind these amazing local brands.” 

Just in time for gift-giving season, the community is invited to shop, meet the makers and enjoy music, food, warm fire pits and s’mores. Attendees can cast their vote for “Most Lit” booth, as vendors participate in a Light Up the Night theme, as well as, enter to win a valuable raffle prize of Savannah made and inspired goods.

Green Fire Pizza Food Truck will be on-site with a fresh, Neapolitan pizzeria menu. Hot apple cider and cocoa will also be available for purchase from Fete Chalet. DJ Beatkeeper will be there mixing vinyl, setting the scene for a fun time to be had by all.   

Spearheaded by Clark Creative Communications, Make Savannah is a networking group showcasing the inspirational brands, and the people behind them, that make Savannah distinctly special. MakeSavannah.com provides Savannah brand lovers with a place to shop a curated selection of signature products all in one destination, learn about the Makers behind each product, and gift like a Savannahian. For more information, visit MakeSavannah.com or call 912-233-1160. 

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