Crafters, artists, teachers, and all other creative people rejoice! The Re:Use Market has moved to Nampa; into the previously unused back room of the White Pine to be more exact. I am really happy to see the space being used for something that promotes arts and crafts, recirculates material that would otherwise be thrown into a landfill, and provides a community gathering place where new skills are taught and creative spirits are energized…all for free (although donations are greatly appreciated to keep it running.) It definitely beats a room full of boxes and back-stock.
The Re:Use Market will not have the same hours as the White Pine, so check their website or our store window for Open House dates and times.
This weekend they will be open the following times:
Friday, July 10: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, July 11: noon to 3 p.m.
The Re:Use Market is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that collects reusable art/craft supplies and art-related materials and redistributes them to teachers, students, artists, crafters, and youth groups in our community.
The focus of The Re:Use Market is to collect scrap materials that would otherwise go to the landfill and offer them at minimal cost to individuals and organizations in the Treasure Valley for creative “recycled” art projects.
We’re having a big handmade sidewalk sale this Friday and Saturday to celebrate the arrival of the Re:Use Market!
Jewelry, housewares, bags, undies, art, and more will be marked down big time- many over 50% OFF!