The Brooklyn Arts Center is offering its first ever Easter Eggstravagansa, happening on Sunday, April 1, from 2-4 p.m. at the Made in NC art show.
Kids 12 and under are invited to participate in this event during Made in NC. Players will be taken on a scavenger hunt throughout the Brooklyn Arts Center. Once complete, players will return to the starting point for their prize!
This is a first-come, first-serve event. When all of the prize bags have been given out, there won’t be more until next year! Parents: your ticket to Made in NC is $5, and is your admission for both Saturday the 31st and Sunday the 1st. Kids 12 and under are always free at the BAC.
The Brooklyn Arts Center is back with another fantastic community marketplace event! This year’s Made in NC show happens on Saturday, March 31, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, April 1, from noon to 5 p.m., and will feature more than 50 of North Carolina’s finest artisans, creators, and crafters in the BAC’s church and on both floors of The Annex.
You’ll recognize some vendors from past events—The Peppermill Shop, Home Body Field Goods, Decaying Doug, An American Metalsmith, reArtcycle, and there will be some fresh new faces as well, meaning vendors making their debut at the BAC.
As always, your $5 admission is good for both days of the event and enters you into the event raffle, drawn all day both Saturday and Sunday—didn’t someone say dozens of winners! The vendors of Made in NC generously donate items to the raffle, sending lots of lucky attendees home with a free piece of handmade treasure.
On Saturday, Catch the Food Truck will be parked out front serving up tacos made with local seafood and organic produce. Sunday’s featured food truck is Yehmon51, a Jamaican-themed truck offering wings, ribs, and more. All weekend, Spoonfed Kitchen & Bakeshop will be in The Annex as a full-service coffee shop, with baked goods and fantastic coffees and teas available for you to sip and snack while you shop.
Admission is (still!) only $5, and children 12 and under are free. There’s plenty of free on-street parking in the BAC neighborhood. For more information, and to be introduced to this year’s vendors, follow the BAC on Instagram