One of the Mile High City’s favorite wintertime events is back. The Holiday Flea will take place Dec. 2-4 at The Sports Castle (1000 Broadway Street, Denver) and will offer a vast assortment of locally made goods, craft drinks, food and much more. On Friday, Flea attendees can pay $30 for a ticketed party that will include bottomless beverages from 5-9 PM. The Holiday Flea goes from 10 AM to 6 PM on Saturday and 10 AM to 5 PM on Sunday and will be $5 for entry and all day access. Read on for a look into some of the fun and eclectic vendors that will be at the Holiday Flea.
Made Wild - Clothing company Made Wild is run by Denverites Gilbert and Christopher. They offer fresh and creative designs not like many other brands out there. “We believe in taking the world by the throat,” the creators of Made Wild say. “Our products are meant to inspire that get-up-and-go feeling that allows us to tackle our dreams.” Another few reasons to love this company? Most of their items are made locally and products are as eco-friendly as possible, and, part of every sale goes to the Movember Foundation.
Corvus Coffee - Corvus specializes in "sweet, highly vibrant, and exceptionally clean coffees with a variety of flavors in the final cup.” Winter is coming whether we like it or not, but a delicious, steaming cup of coffee can help on any chilly day. Head to Corvus’ booth at the Holiday Flea for locally roasted coffee that is sure to satisfy the tastebuds. Corvus’ flagship roastery and espresso bar can be found at 1740 S. Broadway in Denver. It is in this location that Corvus roasts small batches of coffee, meaning that the company only roasts two or three times a week and doesn’t maintain a back stock. Corvus gets its beans from Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Ethiopia, Kenya, Guatemala, and other countries.
Karmalit - There are many places that sell candles, but not many companies that offer eco-friendly, affordable candles. Karamlit has accomplished just that with its wide variety of candles. Made from wax extracted from soybeans which are grown year-round by American farmers, Karmalit’s candles are created in a way that is renewable and sustainable. The scents range from solid standards, like lavender and ambrosia, to the unique and exotic, like first snow, more-a Bora Bora, and more.
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