Makers Market opens new season in downtown Farmington with full house of vendors
3 Jun 2022
FARMINGTON — Flo Trujillo, the president of the Northwest New Mexico Arts Council, had just finished explaining how the first Makers Market of the season on June 2 in Orchard Plaza had attracted three youth vendors when a mother with four children approached her.
The woman's daughter, a 10-year-old girl named Emery Schrog, was hoping to set up a table and begin selling her handmade bracelets, jewelry and dishes. Trujillo grinned and directed the group to the only open space left at the plaza and told them she'd be over shortly to make sure they had what they needed.
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