Who Says There’s Nothing To Do In Orlando? – Evening Exchange at East End Market

First let me start off by saying how much I love the concept of East End Market as a whole. This local favorite brings out some of the best in what Orlando has to offer. We’ll dive into all the great things this Audubon Park neighborhood market brings to the community in another blog soon.

This week I want to focus on one particular event hosted monthly at East End Market – Evening Exchange. I haven’t had a chance to attend yet, but I am dying to go! So in order to satisfy my curiosity, I did some digging to find out some information for you… who am I kidding? I did the digging for me and decided to write about it. This is undoubtably the most self-serving blog I’ve written to date. 

Anyhoo… Here’s what I got: Evening Exchange happens on the third Friday of every month from 6-10 p.m. at East End Market. They bring together vendors to “local makers, retailers, curators, thought leaders and risk takers.” In addition to all that greatness, they offer workshops hosted by Enlighten Us (that’s another blog in the works, too), food demos, and plant workshops! Like, does it get any better than that? 

It is still too early and they haven’t finalized their workshop and vendor list for October. Judging by their past line-ups with vendors like Gypset, Duvin Desgin, Deli Fresh Threads and so much more, you can pretty much assume it’s going to be amazing. But if you check back to their website, you’ll be able to find all the information there as well as all answers to all your questions.

If being a vendor at Evening Exchange is something you’re looking to do, you can fill out an application here.

Feature Image from East End Market Facebook.

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