Afro-Made Black Business Pop-Up Series

UPDATE, September 10:
Today’s outdoor Afro-Made Pop-Up Market is CANCELLED due to poor air quality caused by wildfire smoke.

BUT… Come grab some delicious baked goods TODAY, SEPTEMBER 10, from 2-5pm!
Cupcakes! Pastries! Vegan baked goods! Pay what you can!
2-5pm today, INDOORS at Alder Commons, 4212 NE Prescott St. (corner of Prescott & NE 42nd Ave).
Three of the vendors who had planned to be at today’s market have fresh pastries, cupcakes and other baked goods for YOU! Come get some treats and support your local Black-owned businesses: Blackstreet Bakery, Baked ‘N Boujee, and Cake’N it Better.

We hope to reschedule the full Afro-Made Pop-Up Market in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!
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Afro-Made is a Black business pop-up series to center Black makers & creators in Cully.

The Afro-Made Black business pop-up series of events will be held at Alder Commons, located off the corner of NE Prescott & 42nd Avenue, from 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM on July 16th, August 13th, and September 10th.

There will be free food, music, and good vibes! You’ll find: home décor, clothing, sweet treats, jewelry, gift items, art, wellness products, community resources, and more! Plus, an open mic stage welcoming all artists.

Did we mention free food from Black-owned businesses?… Yes! Come thru! And bring a friend or 2! 😊

Need vaccine information or want to get vaccinated? OHSU Clinic will be on site: COVID vaccines available, boosters for adults, and vaccines for kids.

Be sure to join us for a great time and to help support local Black businesses in Cully. We can’t wait to see you there!

Check out some of the fantastic vendors!

Zingz_things & jolli drinks
All Zzzz… Pillows and More!
Royal Kingdom Family
Afrocentric Essentials
pdxflowerguy and worldpaperflowers
Zen in Black Skin
Blackstreet Bakery
JK Girls
Blooming Candles
F.I.Y.A.S! Place Production
Everything Beauty
Sister Products
Love The Same
FFAWM
Black Zodiac Prints
Mind Design LLC

Afro-Made is possible thanks to support from Alder Commons, Multnomah County, and Self Enhancement, Inc.


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