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Kids Summer Market 2024

July 28, 2024

Time: 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Earn real money for your talent and creativity.

What else does my child need to know to prepare for the Summer Market in September?

In order for your child to participate they will be required to create/make a product, with the help of their parents if needed. Furthermore, parents/guardians are required to stay with their child/children for the entire event, including set-up and packing up. The children will be required to arrive between 2:00 pm and 2:15 pm to set up their table – tables, chairs, and a business sign will be provided to each child selected to be a vendor. Each child will be responsible for bringing their own money box and managing it throughout the event. Children should bring their own snacks and water for the day.

If your child would like to meet with a Children’s Ministries team member prior to the event to discuss their business idea, you or your child can ask Sisters Kamella Plummer, Joan Williams, or Kathyana Jean-Philipe to set up a time.

Kindly fill out the application form and return to the designated box located near the departments’ mailboxes at church.  Applications close on July 6th. You may keep this page for your records.

Business sectors to choose from:

  1. Arts & Crafts: This section can feature handmade items such as paintings, drawings, sculptures, jewelry, and other creative artworks crafted by talented kids.
  2. DIY & Upcycled Products: Showcase environmentally friendly creations made from recycled materials or DIY projects like upcycled clothing, accessories, and home décor items.
  3. Toys & Games: Feature handmade toys, board games, puzzles, and other entertaining products designed and crafted by imaginative kids.
  4. Fashion & Accessories: Display trendy accessories like hair bows, scrunchies, keychains, and custom-designed clothing items created by budding fashionistas.
  5. Plant & Garden: Highlight potted plants, succulents, herbs, and other greenery grown or cultivated by young gardeners.
  6. Food & Beverages, including baked goods: Showcase homemade snacks, beverages, lemonade stands, and other refreshments prepared by aspiring chefs and mixologists.
  7. Technology & Innovation: Feature tech-savvy kids showcasing inventions, gadgets, coding projects, or digital artworks demonstrating their creativity and innovation.
  8. Miscellaneous: this section is reserved for unique or miscellaneous items that don’t fit into the above categories but are equally impressive and deserving of attention.

We are looking forward to seeing all our children at the Summer Market!

Your Children’s Ministries Team