Support Local Hustle: Backyard BIPOC Pop Up Sale


Our next Support Local Hustle: BIPOC pop up will feature visual art, pastries, pickles, and a plant sale! It will be held near Powderhorn Park.

Backyard near the SW corner of Powderhorn Park, 34th 1/2 St & 11th Ave S– Follow the signs!

Sunday, May 6, 2-6pm

RSVP to our Facebook event

This event is free, cash only, and open to all folks who would like to contribute to a respectful space explicitly against sexism, transphobia, and racism.

There will have a place to hang out, drink beverages, and eat snacks. BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Vendors will be selling their art, baked goods, pickles, and jewelry, among other treasures. Goods are $1-$20.

Getting there

Backyard near the SW corner of Powderhorn Park, 34th 1/2 St & 11th Ave S– Follow the signs!

This backyard is off an alley very close to Powderhorn Park, just across from the tennis courts. There are no stairs, although there is some cracked pavement. Limited seating. It is accessible by bus routes 5, 14, bike parking can be found in the area, and there will be extremely limited (don’t count on parking too close) on-street car parking due to the MayDay Parade and Festival. Bathrooms are in Powderhorn Park.


Vendors you’ll be supporting

Pickle Witch (that’s me!) -v/gf fermented pickles
Dulceria Bakery
hclou art -visual artist
Tori Sung-Mee Hong (visual artist)
Tamales y Bicicletas Farm (community farm, plant sale)

Follow us with #SupportLocalHustle, RSVP to our Facebook event

What is #supportlocalhustle?

A hustle is something that we do to survive. A hustle is hard work. A hustle is something we pour ourselves into. A hustle is something to be proud of!

Supporting local hustle means showing support to the hardworking vendors out here making it happen.

All of these vendors are proudly BIPOC. Some of us are queer, trans, disabled, chronically ill. We recognize that there are many market spaces that are not welcoming to us, and there are systems in place that exclude us from being successful in many spaces. This pop up is an answer to that! We want to provide opportunities for our beautiful, hardworking, creative selves to succeed as a way of celebrating and uplifting our BIPOC community.

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