In case you forgot, Friday is Valentine’s Day. Wait, before you make a panicked purchase on Amazon and hit “next day shipping,” a market is scheduled this Friday in Crystal City to rescue last-minute shoppers.
The Valentine’s Market is scheduled to run from 4-8 p.m. at The Grounds (1102 S. Eads Street) with a variety of local vendors. If gift-giving isn’t really your style, an event listing said there will also be plenty of activities to turn it into a date night:
Leave your Valentine’s Day shopping to the last minute again, or just looking for a nice outing that doesn’t involve a quiet restaurant? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with the Valentine’s Market at The Grounds!
Join us at The Grounds in Crystal City for wine & beer tastings and shopping from local crafts and treat vendors. There will also be a cash bar and food trucks, powered by Curbside Kitchen, so you can make an evening of it!
According to the website, vendors at the event include:
- Agents In Style
- Art by Marcia Furman
- Art by Roza
- Delighfully Modern
- K’Owino Batiks
- Lauren’s Southern Sweets
- Leila Faye Art
- Lenox Club
- London Chippy
- Natural Landing
- Pet Wants Chantilly
- Saffron Gourmet
- Smallcakes Cupcakery and Creamery
- The Global Local
- Vintage Dress Company
The website also says Arlington County’s Vision Zero program will be in attendance, in case your partner is a transportation policy wonk.
Photo via Agents in Style/Facebook
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