Our 2023 Arts and Crafts Fair was a Success!
Thank you to all who came out, shopped, sold, spoke, or were just present, even in spirit. We have an amazing community, full of creative and talented folks who want to connect. Save the date info is below. Be sure to come out and see the other great things that happen here at the PLC.
Arts & Crafts Fair
Each year, about 30 local artists come together to share and sell their wonderful creations.
The 2023 Arts & Crafts Fair was a Success! It was a peaceful and fun experience for all, where neighbors discovered, celebrated, and appreciated our local artists’ creations.
2023 Arts & Crafts Fair at a Glance:
- 28 Artists displayed their work
- 300 neighbors showed up, and
- 195 made purchases Artists generated $3,400+
SAVE THE DATE: October 12th, 2024
We are ALL creators. Support Local Expression.
We believe that every human is a creator… and we want to support you! The Parkville Living Center will be hosting an art fair on Saturday, October 7th, 2023. We will have booths for artists, musicians, and creators of all types – and we want to see YOU and your creations too!
Youth – Emerging – Established
Brandi Wilson, Agesen Artworks, Huey Lee Arts, En Pointe Crafts, Fluid Expressions, The Art Dude, Luna Lee Creations, Wilma Cook Art, Karen Sparks Austin, CLE Art, Bicycle Bell Books, Linda Waight, Lyal Hicks, Miranda Pierron, Alina’s Macarons, Serenity Images Studio, DeForest Soap, Buster and Pendleton, Piper Louisa Arts, GPS Art, Parkville Frame Gallery, Centering Souls, Salepricejoshop, Carol Goslin, Lisa Lanier… plus a special musical guest!
Supporters of community programs
$500+ Jan & Carl, Myers Mike Vaughn, Linda & Herb Tillinghast, Carol Park
$250+ Parkville Frame Gallery, Platte County Senior Fund, Dorothy Cook, Laura Ozenberger
$100+ Shackleford Botanical Designs. Northstar Realty, Dona & Russ Jones, Corky McCaffrey, Angie Witt
In-Kind Donations Johnny’s, Eddie’s Tavern, The Potters Cottage
Our story - always being written
How We Got Started
We got our start during the pandemic, out of a recognition that our immediate world is shrinking and in that is an opportunity to match community needs with community resources. As a member of Parkville Presbyterian Church, founder Marcus Flores saw opportunity where need and resources collide.
Where We Are Now
Confident of the need and the resources available, we are building a coalition of leaders, members, partners and support, to be the heart and soul of the Parkville Living Center. Read more here.
Become a Volunteer Today
The Parkville Living Center (PLC) is a new type of community center, one that prioritizes relationship. By signing up you will be able to plug into the needs and resources of our community. Shortly after sign up someone from the PLC will contact you with more information.
Get in Touch. Get Involved.
This dynamic offering depends on you, our community. Reach out, even if you are not sure why, and we can talk about whatever is on your mind.