The season’s final installment of the popular Old Kentucky Makers Market
series will kick off Friday, November 4 in Bellevue and feature craft beer, local food and music. The event will be a variety of local vendors, as well as autumn-themed activities
The purpose of the series is to showcase Northern Kentucky’s vast and varied handmade offerings and homespun ideas, but organizers are also using the event to test the Neighborhood Playbook — a tool created by two local residents that will help bring investment and positive change to emerging communities.
The playbook was created by People’s Liberty Project Grantees Kevin Wright and Joe Nickol — both Northern Kentucky residents, but who work extensively with redevelopment groups representing both sides of the river.
Organizers will distribute copies of the Neighborhood Playbook and share ideas for individuals and groups to activate their neighborhoods and build on positive momentum.
The event starts at 5 p.m. at 700 Fairfield Avenue in Bellevue. Visit the Old Kentucky Makers Market Facebook page
for more info and to RSVP.
Catch the WVXU interview with Wright and Nickol here