Over the course of its first 10 years, Urban Garage Sale has served as an invaluable marketplace of Milwaukee artists, crafters, retailers, and makers, while also working its way to becoming part of the holiday tradition for many local consumers. In fact, the annual brainchild of Heavy Rotation owner Brian Holoubek has elicited such interest from both vendors and buyers that it outgrew Turner Hall and moved to a larger and more intriguing location in 2016. It also became a two-day affair.

The Urban Garage Sale is entering its third year in the Mitchell Park Domes’ Annex Greenhouse. Saturday, November 24 and Sunday, November 25, more than 60 artists, makers, and shop owners will help you find one-of-a-kind, locally produced holiday gifts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Included among the 11th annual Urban Garage sale’s list of vendors are Plume, Tippecanoe Herbs, Shovel + Spade, AnnKat Designs, MKE Beard Book, and Bureau Of Print Research And Design.

Old Man Malcolm, Kid Millions, Nesh, David Arnevik, and Selector Max will provide the marketplace’s soundtrack over the course of the weekend. Cover is $4 at the door, and kids get in free. Here’s the full vendor list:

A Happy Thought Indeed
AdventureMouse Wares
Africa Alive LLC
Andria Green
AnnKat Designs
Artery Ink
Beth Eaton Pottery
Beyaz Bohemia
Bolted Vintage
Bureau Of Print Research And Design
CIVAL Collective
Cracked Designs
Center Earth
Cream City Soap Company
Creature Woodcraft
Dan Atkinson Works
Drawstring Studio
Hawthorne Coffee Roasters
Heavy Rotation
Historic Milwaukee, Inc.
J.R. Busch Images
James Steeno Gallery
Josiah Eidmann Studios
junior’s Veggie soul
Karen Williams-Brusubardis
Katie Gamb Art & Illustration
Kiki & Bee
Lalo Workshop
Lana Vosk
MKE Beard Book
My Dandelion Heart
Orange Pops
Orchard Street Apparel
Peepal tree
Shovel + Spade
Sister Golden Hair
Small Shops United
Solder & Sage
Tactile Craftworks
The Bezert
The Bohemian Bauble
Tippecanoe Herbs
Wasi Sami
Waxing Gibbous Tarot Collective
WEST HARRIET by gvora Ltd
Zewing Girl
Zouz Incense

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Before co-founding Milwaukee Record, Tyler Maas wrote for virtually every Milwaukee publication (except Wassup! Magazine). He lives in Bay View and enjoys both stuff and things.