For its fourth year, Bazaar is going all out, as well it should. The fast-growing arts market and festival is moving from the Gathering Place plaza along Post Street near City Hall to the Parkade Plaza, and along blocks of North Wall and Howard streets. Featuring more than 80 local artists and makers, with most items priced at $100 or less, it’s the go-to place for sweet prints to frame and hang on your wall, and to find oodles of locally made jewelry, accessories, clothing, home décor, body care items and so much more. Once you’ve emptied your wallet — which, trust us, is not hard to do here — you’ll want to stick around for family-friendly activities, a photo booth, beer garden, free yoga sessions (at 10 am and 6 pm) and live DJ sets.
Bazaar 2017 • Sat, June 17 from 11 am-10 pm • Free • All-ages • Parkade Plaza • 112 N. Howard • terrainspokane.com/bazaar
— Chey Scott