The Bluffton Artisan Market
is coming to Burnt Church Distillery
The open-air market will be held monthly from 1-5 p.m. every second Sunday in the courtyard at Burnt Church Distillery, 120 Bluffton Rd.
Lowcountry Made’s Bluffton Artisan Market will kick off March 14 in the courtyard of the new Burnt Church Distillery, 120 Bluffton Road. The new distillery is just minutes away from Old Town Bluffton.
“We are so grateful to Burnt Church Distillery for stepping up to host the Bluffton Artisan Market recurring series this year!” said Katie Silva, founder of Lowcountry Made. “It’s an exciting venue and our maker’s are bringing their best. The market is going to be a wonderful opportunity to engage with local creatives and shop small while supporting the latest addition to Bluffton, the Burnt Church Distillery!”
The Bluffton Artisan Market will take place from 1-5 p.m. monthly every second Sunday. The market will feature at least 15 local artists, artisans and makers. Different food trucks and live music will also be featured at each month’s market.
Social distancing best practices will be in place with attendees and vendors are required to wear masks. The March 14 Bluffton Artisan Market will include the following vendors: Lowcountry Lobster, Bluffton Candles, Handmade Beaufort, Sun Dog Pet Products, True South RH, 7th & Palm, BP Custom Carbon Furniture, Woodsman's Wife, Cottonwood Soap Co., Preservation Tree Art, Tout Sweet Macarons, Cupcakes 2 Cakes, Whip Savannah, Fire and Pine, Finch Sign and Design, and Palmetto Kettle Corn.
ABOUT LOWCOUNTRY MADE:
Lowcountry Made is a promotional organization that represents a collective of Lowcountry artists, artisans, and entrepreneurs creating in the Lowcountry. Dedicated to encouraging the community to shop small and local, Lowcountry Made offers an online directory, a maker-to-shopper newsletter, special events, wholesaling representation and representation at the Lowcountry Made shop next to the Juice Hive in Bluffton. The organization’s goal is to provide opportunities for local makers to help their brands succeed. For more information, visit www.lcmade.com.