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City Hosting Pop-Up in Shockoe Bottom

Marketplace to be held on final day of UCI races.

Posted By on Fri, Sep 25, 2015 at 12:45 AM

Orange Carytown owner, Cathy Davis and her dog, Richmond.
  • Orange Carytown owner, Cathy Davis and her dog, Richmond.

On the final day of the UCI races, Sunday, Sept. 27, the city is hosting the Main Street Marketplace located in front of Main Street station at 1500 E. Main St. Businesses will include local retail boutiques, bike vendors and restaurants.

The hours for the event will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

“We are thrilled for the opportunity to showcase our Virginia artists to the world,” said Cathy Davis, owner at Orange Carytown, in a press release. Orange will be on-site with jewelry, prints, paintings, pillows, t-shirts and more, all from local VA-based artisans.

In addition to Orange, participating businesses include:

Carytown Bicycle Co.

Claville Fashion Truck

Collard Greens Inc.

Chocolates by Kelly

Dal-Kohm, Hannah Lee

Eurotrash

La Milpa Inc.

Ladles & Linens Kitchen Shoppe

Love This

Shop Apothec

Necessary Recycling

Nectar Sunglasses

New Normal Apparel

nOcO Photgraphy

Orange

Peak Experiences

Road Runner Running Store

Soul-Ice

SunFlipz

Sweet Temptations by Teresa

Two Sisters Art Concepts

Virginia Outfitter

Walkabout Outfitter

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