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Local Maker Pop-Ups at The Summit

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Shop these Local Maker Pop-Ups this Saturday (10 am – 7 pm) and Sunday (12 pm – 5 pm) –… Read More

Shop these Local Maker Pop-Ups this Saturday (10 am – 7 pm) and Sunday (12 pm – 5 pm) – in between Lush + Madewell:

 

Provident Crossing Honey: Provident Crossing Honey, LLC is a local business located in three counties: Fayette, Scott, and Wordford. Rachel Elam is a third generation beekeeper and owner who started the business during quarantine. She loves apart of both of the KY Beekeepers Association as well as the Bluegrass Beekeepers Association. Her goal is to help bring awareness to Heath benefits of using local honey as well as educating others on the importance of having beekeepers.

D’s Sweets: My love of baking began as a child, baking with my grandmother and mother. Continuing this love into adulthood as a retail baker. Recently, I have been fortunate to turn that love of baking into a growing business. I am looking forward to earning new business and the opportunity to grow even more. We offer a variety of sweet treats, specializing in cheesecakes.

Expressions: Expressions is a locally owned jewelry shop creating elegantly designed, hand crafted jewelry. Gari Lynn Rossi started Expressions as a result of her love for great accessories. Each style is designed to be unique and with attention to detail.

Cambrae Creative: “She’s crafty, she’s out of sight, she’s crafty, she’s just my type.” Cambrae Creative specializes in handmade European “geode” style coasters, ring dishes, personalized gifts, and more!

Brittany Bailey Photography: Brittany Bailey photography specializes in weddings, family sessions, & portraits. Brittany is passionate about capturing raw love stories & helping people feel their best. Owner of lex bash booth, a fun modern photo booth experience for parties & events.

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