Over the course of its first eight 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.

Following last November’s event, which found the line to get in extending down the ballroom’s stairs and out onto Fourth Street, the ninth annual Urban Garage Sale is moving to Mitchell Park Domes‘ Annex Greenhouse and, in effort to accommodate the expected turnout, adding a second day. Saturday, November 26 and Sunday, November 27, approximately 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 this year’s vendors are Heavy Rotation, Kate Funk, Orchard Street Apparel, Long Rifle Soap Company, and food from Classic Slice. Consider limiting time in line by buying your $5 ticket in advance. Here’s the full vendor list.

2016 Artists, Shops, And Makers

Addy Girl
Allis Bike
AnnKat Designs
Artery Ink
Beehive Alchemy
Beth Eaton Pottery
Bolted Vintage
BrownCow Vintage
Catharsis Printworks
Classic Slice
Cracked Designs
Dan Atkinson Works
Drawstring Studio
Eldenwa Designs
Emma LaPine
Flying Ox Creations
Gear Grove
Geo Germain
Gracie Designs
Heavy Rotation
Historic Milwaukee, Inc.
Instinct Creative
James Steeno Gallery
Jenny Blasen Pottery
Jenny Jo Kristan Art + Illustration
JWade Confections
Karen Williams-Brusubardis
Kate Funk
Lana Vosk
Liddle Handmade
Little Gypsy Finery
Long Rifle Soap Company
Lumen Electronic Jewelry
Modular Addict
Moogi the Maker
Moraye Design
Museum of Wisconsin Art
Orange Pops
Orchard Street Apparel
Permanent Baggage
Poppy & Fox
Scarred for Life
SnapHappy Creative
So Passé Vintage
Tactile Craftworks
Tippecanoe Herbs
Toast Ceramics
Todd Mrozinski
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.