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The Venice Meet is Tomorrow!

The Venice Meet, a monthly open-air market designed to bring together local craftspeople, independent musicians and specialty food artisans, will be held tomorrow at the Westminster Avenue Elementary School parking lot from 11am-5pm! As always, admission is free! Click here to check out the awesome vendor list!

The Venice Meet

Tomorrow’s musical entertainment includes the “soaring melodies and pulsating rhythms of Salt Petal, the soulful stylings of Cameron Hovsepian and the acoustic beats of the Nikki O’Neill Band!

FEED Body + Soul, the upcoming Abbot Kinney “lifestyle restaurant”, will be presenting samples of the menu to come! The Roll n’ Lobster truck, Rice Creamery and S’cream Truck will also be in attendance! The Westminster Elementary School play yard will be open for the enjoyment of little ones and there is always complimentary dog-sitting services.

The Venice Meet takes place the second Saturday of every month. Peep their website, Facebook and Twitter for more info!

The Venice Meet
Westminster Avenue Elementary School
Saturday August 11th, 11AM-5PM
1010 Abbot Kinney Boulevard (at Broadway)

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