From staff reports
Dozens of local makers, chefs and musicians will come together for a new event unlike any downtown Sioux Falls has experienced.
The 605 Made Night Market will be from 5 to 10 p.m. Aug. 25 in the parking lot of Cherapa Place. Vendors will light up their booths for a night of shopping and sampling while visitors enjoy live music from Josh Rieck, Hard Travelin’ and Burlap Wolf King.
605 Made is a partnership between SiouxFalls.Business and Knotty Gnome Variety & Salvage. It’s sponsored by The First National Bank in Sioux Falls.
Additionally, Night Market is co-sponsored by Lloyd Cos.
“We are so excited by the response from the community to Night Market,” Knotty Gnome co-owner Stacy Wengler said. “We can’t wait for people to experience the talent we have found in South Dakota.”
Some of the makers who will sell their work at the event include:
Boards by Design: Cutting boards by Dale Nesheim.
Cambium Ltd. Co.: Josh and Ashley Rieck, CNC wood and string art decor.
Five Birds: Stacia Buchholtz, lotion bars, window frame art and aloe plants.
Happy Camper: Brooke Lefers, jewelry.
Heatherly Studios: Heather Cool, hand-painted mandala and entangle accessories and decor.
Hills Metal: Brad Hills, metal sculptures and lawn decor.
Irish Twins Soap Co.: Erin Nelson, handmade soaps.
Lacey Eidem Art: Lacey Eidem, contemporary paintings.
Logolepsy Designs: Jess Jones and Ryan Gaede, digital art, hand-painted skateboard decks and calligraphy.
Knotty Gnome: Stacy and Kyle Wengler, steel and wood art and lawn and home decor.
KR Hempel Woodworking: Kevin and Robin Hempel, woodworking.
Lisa’s Boutique: Lisa Rolfson, children’s clothing and accessories.
Luna B Jewelry: Jennifer Peterson, jewelry.
Maiden605: DeeDee Willing and Matt Foley, South Dakota-themed decor and apparel.
Quail Honey: Jocelyn and Brian Olverstad, honey.
TH Creations: Tony Hewitt, photography.
The Junk Gene: Chris and Joel Bordewyk, suitcase stereos and repurposed decor.
“In addition, we have a great lineup of international street food, local beers and some surprises,” Wengler said.