YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – On Saturday, a fairly new coffee shop on Youngstown’s west side will host what it calls Craft by Common Goods.
Common Goods Studio already sells all sorts of handmade and local artisan goods, but this weekend, they’ll have more than 50 vendors for you to shop.
“There’s an enormous different type, just kind of how like in Common Goods there is everything from $12,000 tables to $3 socks. It’s kind of the same way. We have somebody who does really great tie-dying for women, kids and young adults. We have somebody who makes bagels… literally something for everyone,” said Common Goods owner Sheri Bodo.
Bodo said she wants to create a sense of community for both entrepreneurs and neighbors.
“I think it’s really important to make a destination location in the city and having a destination location really means servicing the businesses that are strengthening the local economy. So I really make sure that I have a piece of every single part of the city right here at Common Goods,” she said.
The event will be right across the street from Common Goods in the churchyard at the corner of Bears Den and Canfield roads. It will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The event is free for everyone and your coffee from Common Goods will be 10 percent off.
This will be their last summer market, but there will be another market for the holidays.