join us for napa makes

on june 8, 2019 at the oxbow schooL, 10am-4pm


Napa Makes is an opportunity to connect with local artisans and shop their handmade creations. Last year, more than 20 Northern California Makers were showcased. For our second annual event taking place on June 8, we'll be expanding our array of talented Makers, as well as our food and wine offerings in order to showcase the diversity of our local small-production vintners and culinary masters. Cadet Beer & Wine will bring their smart and sassy wine program to start the day right. Contimo Provisions will be offering a delicious array of sandwiches, and Paulie’s Bagels will be returning this year with his ultra-delicious & freshly baked New York-Style bagels! We are excited to welcome Crisp Kitchen & Juice and offer bright salads and fresh juices and Chico Chai will be back with their famous, fresh spiced chai! A special thank you to host Seth Chapin of Evermore Flowers for our event florals.

We’ll also be integrating more engaging kid-friendly activities, with The Napa Quake Mosaic back by popular demand, GUILD, a collaborative art space and kids summer camp (debuting late summer in Napa), Napa Poet Laureate, Jeremy Benson and story time with Napa BookMine!

This event is family-friendly, dog-friendly, open to the public, and most importantly FREE!

For those of you who shop creative markets frequently, you know that the the early birds catch the worms. This is why we will be offering Early Bird tickets! For $20, enjoy complimentary coffee and tea, pastries by Andreya Nightingale of Mortar Pestle Cooking, and shop all the vendors from 9-10 am (a full hour before the doors open to the public). Getting first dibs on your favorite artists, as well as more intimate time spent with makers and shoppers alike...what’s not to love!?

Free street parking is available along Third St. with overflow parking in the Napa Fairgrounds lot across the street from The Oxbow School. The address for The Oxbow School is 530 Third Street, Napa, CA 94559, not to be confused with our friends at Oxbow Public Market on First Street!