Carp History Museum’s Marketplace

COST: [Free]
Organizer: Jayme Yahr
Posted by:Amy O

Come one, come all! To downtown Carpinteria for the Carpinteria Valley Historical Society and History Museum’s Marketplace on Saturday, Sept. 30, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the museum grounds, 956 Maple Ave.

Bursting with treasures of all stripes and sizes — handicrafts, vintage clothing, food items, antiques, collectibles, furniture, musical instruments, toys, and plants to name a few — the Marketplace is free and family friendly.

Leaf Made Organics is one of the specialty vendors. With the motto “Better Products, Better Results,” Leaf Made Organics uses the natural therapeutic properties found in the hemp plant to help as many people as possible. “All of our products are CO2 extracted for maximum purity and efficacy. We offer a range of products from a variety of gummies to balms, oils, and flower products as well,” according to Kevin W, a company representative. “Our prices range from $12 to $120. So there’s something there for everyone’s budget.” For more information, visit, email, or call 818-925-5068.

The booth operated by the museum, Granny’s Attic, features vintage cameras, linens, bric-a-brac, kitchenware, and much much more. Prices start at 25 cents.

Hot dogs, cold beverages, and snacks will be available for purchase. Musical entertainment includes Mavis Hansen and the Ukulele Jammers.

For more information, call (805) 684-3112, email, or visit The next Marketplace is scheduled for Oct. 28.

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