Tenants of the Bok Building will host a Small Business Saturday Holiday Market on Nov. 26 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Guests will have a chance to buy directly from the makers and artists who occupy the historic South Philly building at the event, called “Made at Bok.”
Arrive at the 821 Dudley St. entrance of Bok and find a full gymnasium of vendors selling goods including jewelry, hand-blown glass, ceramics and natural beauty products.
Participating small businesses include Stover Ceramics, Parcel Island, Rider Ceramics Remark Glass, Franklin & Whitman Welcoming Center/Global Craft Market, Lobo Mau Moore Vintage Archive, Echo Metals Two Persons, The Tiny Jeweler Transport Cycles, Minimal Chaos Shop Uh-Huh, MadLab Studios Bevy of Objects, Machine Shop EZV Designs, WC Pottery Second Daughter’s Bakery, Miles Table Poi Dog sauces, Minimal Chaos, Char & Whiskers, Maria Eife Kate Dannenberg Handmade, Evening Star Gallery Born in Saige, Studio Bladel Weaver House, Greenly Plant Co. Baby Tooth, Mt. Airy Custom Furniture Ann Roantree Textiles and Bob Parsky Pottery and Holly Simple The Woven Soul.
More than 50 percent of Bok’s locally owned businesses are female owned, with most hailing from South Philadelphia.