Junk Hippy rolls out the red carpet in OKC | Arts & Culture
Junk Hippy is kicking off their junkin journey here in Oklahoma City, Saturday June 30th.
Junk Hippy is an eclectic traveling shopping experience; it isn’t your granny’s craft show, but bring her…..she’ll love it too!
Featuring only vintage, handmade or up cycled items, there is definitely a little special something for everyone. The show will showcase antiques, lots of refurbished/up cycled furniture and home décor items, handmade jewelry, clothing, metal art and children’s items.
Junk Hippy Roadshow was created by Kristen Grandi, owner of Gypsy Green, which is a local vintage furniture/junk business.
The Oklahoma City show will feature several local artists/junkers/crafters, as well as vendors traveling from several surrounding states.
You may even see a few local celebrities in the design world…Kara and Tim Paslay, as seen on the Nate Berkus Show, can be found there with their amazingly creative designs!
Visit www.facebook.com/junkhippy or www.gypsygreen.com for more details and updates or email firstname.lastname@example.org for vendor information.
Come shop the best junk in town Saturday June 30th, Centennial building at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds from 9am-6pm.
Admission at the door is $5, but in honor of this being the first show, from 1:00-2:00 get in for $1!
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