Although Charleston Pride postponed its October 3rd festival out of health and safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s still an opportunity for those comfortable to celebrate at several events during the week of September 25th.
Kicking off the week, Closet Case Thrift Store will host the inaugural Rainbow Market, a day-long event full of treasure hunting, tasty bites, and thrifty finds, on Saturday, September 25th from 11 am to 5pm at 1801 Reynolds Avenue (in the store’s parking lot). The event is open to the public.
Featuring over 20 curated vendors, The Rainbow Market encourages the community to come together safely and support local businesses across the Lowcountry area. Curated vendors include Grease Kelly Vintage, Embellished Premium Apparel, Butter Fruit Frog Jewelry, Bitty Chip Cookies, and other community-based businesses offering clothing, accessories, records, home decor, and so much more.
“The Rainbow Market will be a fun event with thrifty vibes, tacos, and drinks,” said Jonatan Guerrero Ramirez, event manager. “How bad can that be for a Saturday?”
For everyone’s safety, guests will be asked to wear a mask, especially if they are not fully vaccinated and frequently use hand sanitizer, which will be made available at stations throughout the event. There will be a “best mask” contest to encourage people to wear their most stylish masks.
More information can be found at www.closetcasethrift.com or by following Closet Case on social media @closetcasethrift.
You can learn more about Charleston Pride at www.charlestonpride.org.
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