We hear summer in Seattle is amazing and we're excited to return to Emerald City.
Since 2015, Renegade Seattle has brought together the local creative community for a weekend of exceptional craft and design. The light-filled Hangar 30 located in Magnuson Park’s verdant grounds provides the perfect venue for Seattle’s nature-inspired Makers and Designers to coalesce with bustling crowds.
Where urban meets natural and local meets global, Seattle is home to a vibrant creative community. Fueled by fresh produce and seafood, the city boasts an innovative restaurant scene alongside avant-garde museums and art schools that exhibit and produce the city’s exciting voices.
Visit www.renegadecraft.com/fair/seattle-summer for more info
Fostr Collaborative, 1027 33RD ST. NW #250, WASHINGTON, DC 20007
The sale is FREE to attend and open to the public from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (or until merchandise runs out).
VIP Tickets are $20 each and provide access to one early hour of shopping from 10:00 a.m.- 11:00. VIPs will be able to shop the sale early and receive complimentary brunch bites and beverages, including coffee from our friends at Grace Street Coffee and wine provided by Usual Wines, along with a goody bag filled with special gifts and discounts from a selection of vendors.
Join us for the first ever District Warehouse Sale—a sample sale event by Independent Studies featuring 16 of your favorite D.C. brands. Visit link for more information and to buy tickets for early access.
Each December, the Heurich House Museum celebrates the winter season and honors the Heurich family’s German heritage with a holiday artisan market in our garden.
This holiday shopping event features goods from over 40 local artisans from DC, Maryland, and Virginia and a tour of our seasonally decorated historic house.
The Heurich mansion was built by local artisans in 1894: August Grass, a German immigrant and local craftsman, carved the ornate fireplace mantels; local artists painted our ceiling canvases; Baltimore sculptor Hans Schuler made fixtures in the Conservatory. The home is not only a masterpiece of craftsmanship, but the legacy of a small business owner who came to this country with $200 and rose to be the largest non-governmental employer in Washington, DC.
Because of the story of craftsmanship and entrepreneurship associated with our property, the Heurich House Museum works with local makers throughout the year. The program's annual culmination, Christkindlmarkt, shows off the best of local DC craft entrepreneurship.