SPOKANE, Wash. — Streets across downtown Spokane will be filled with vendors today selling local art and handmade products this afternoon.
Terrain's Bazaar is making its way back this year for the spring season featuring more than 95 vendors selling handcrafted goods, clothing, jewelry, ceramics, natural skin care products, home goods, paper goods, and more.
The bazaar is taking place on Main Ave. between Lincoln and Wall Street on June 18, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. In addition to all of the local products, many events and activities will be set up for the whole family to enjoy.
Attendees will enjoy live music, food, an Electric Photoland photo booth, and family-friendly activities. Some of the live music bands include Divine Jewels, Caleb Brown Jazz Trio, Tonya Ballman, The Rodeo, and DJ Spicy Ketchup. Bands will start playing from noon till 7 p.m.
Terrain features two local vendor events, including one in the spring and one in the winter called Brrrzaar.