Treefort: Merchants Sling Their Wares at Bricofort 

Saturday, March 23, and Sunday, March 24, from 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

Downtown boutique Bricolage has curated a special pop-up mercantile for Treefort, which will highlight a rotating collection of art, craft and vintage vendors.

The local lineup consists of Banana Ink's screenprinted posters from shows put on by Duck Club Presents and Credenda Studios, Bella Grano's handmade cycling and lifestyle accessories, Gypsy Lovers Designs' leather accessories, Miss Courageous' pop culture jewelry and Burly Beard's bearded beanies.

Bricofort will give attendees the chance to snag some out-of-state swag from a few different shops. Cairo, a retail and event space in Seattle, will offer vintage clothing and designer jewelry; the Community Closet of Livingston, Mont., will bring a collection of low-cost, pre-owned clothing and household items, with all proceeds going to charity. Denik, out of Salt Lake City, will be back selling custom notebooks, sales of which support both artists who design the covers and help build schools in Africa.

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