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Makers Market at the Stomping Ground Opening Date Rescheduled to July 13, 2019

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Gilroy, CA – The Stomping Ground and Makers Market are collaborating to bring Gilroy a new take on an Open Air Market. There will be 20+ local makers selling All-American Handcrafted goods from 2-8pm at The Stomping Ground on the 2nd Saturday of every month starting in July.  Due to some unforeseen circumstances the June Makers Market has been rescheduled to July 13th. It will take place the 2nd Saturday of the month (July & August) with more dates to be added! Local artists will be selling US Handcrafted goods such as jewelry, handbags, ceramics, glassware, soaps, succulents, candles and more!

The Stomping Ground is currently home to three wineries on one property – Alara Cellars, Calerrain Wines and Jason-Stephens Winery. There will be a local food truck parked on-site from 2-8pm so be sure to come hungry! This monthly open air market coincides with The Stomping Ground’s Sip ‘N Sway Saturday Concert Series. Every Saturday, there will be a live band from 6:30-9:30pm on the outdoor stage. A perfect event to sip, shop, eat and dance!

Markers Market, with stores located in Santana Row, Broadway Plaza, Napa and Mill Valley aims to bring you products that honor the ideals of American craftsmanship and Modern + Heritage inspired. Join us in our mission of rebuilding the Legacy of American Made, while supporting our local artists and the community. Come visit one of our stores today!

For more information on Maker’s Market, check out their website at https://makersmarket.us/ or visit them @makersmarket. Interested in being a vendor? Apply on their website at https://makersmarket.us/maker-registration.

We are asking all customers to RSVP here- https://www.facebook.com/events/427714728081267

About The Stomping Ground

Local winemakers Jason and Janu Goelz purchased an industrial vacant lot in Gilroy, right off Highway 101, in hopes of transforming the 7-acre property into the ultimate food and wine destination. Phase 1 of TSG has been completed; custom crush and cellaring facilities for regional artisan wine brands have been installed. Phase 2 is in progress and includes hospitality renovations for wine tasting rooms, restaurants, gourmet food vendors and entertainment. The entire property will be completely transformed over the next few years to create a true food and wine destination in Phase 3. Jason-Stephens Winery was the first to open their tasting room doors at The Stomping Ground, with Alara Cellars and Calerrain Wines following. To see winery hours and a complete list of the music lineup, please visit www.thestompingground.com.

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