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Second Sundays on Hillside

Second Sundays Building, Sunday, Oct. 13

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Making a go of it in Boise as an artist is hard work, and for the vast bulk of creative people in the City of Trees, pulling together enough scratch to get by on is a scramble. Giving them a platform is the ethic behind Second Sundays on Hillside, a pop-up market that will throw its inauguration on Sunday, Oct. 13, near the intersection of Bogus Basin and Hill roads. Participants include artists John Irwin, Grant Olsen, Andrew Rader, Tod Davis and Isabel Everett; jewelers (former BW Editor) Amy Atkins, Silver Scale Studio, Geekloveology, Peggy & Co. Woodworks and Coaster Envy Home Decor; and other sundries by EMC Sugar and Plant Matter Hemp & Organic clothing. Food, appropriately, is never an afterthought, and will be provided by Meshico Mexican Food Truck.

1-4 p.m. FREE. Second Sundays building, 1674 W. Hill Road, Ste. 15, Boise, facebook.com/secondsundaysonhillside.

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