Made in Collinwood – MAKERS’ MARKET

In Collinwood, the neighborhood’s 140-year legacy of making is alive and thriving. 

Made in Collinwood unites, amplifies and centralizes the makers and artisan businesses of the greater Collinwood community in Cleveland, Ohio. The program is the newest offering of Northeast Shores Development Corporation, the 501(c)(3) non-profit working to make North Collinwood a better place for everyone to live, work and visit.

As a part of Made in Collinwood, Makers’ Markets are a marketing and pop-up vending opportunity for artisan businesses - both from Collinwood and the greater Cleveland community. Our inaugural Markets last summer featured vendors of all sorts, from chic jewelry, nerdy t-shirts, and colorful watches, to organic soaps, custom gifts, and handmade ceramics. You’ll find a little of everything at the Makers’ Markets. Browse amongst long-time neighborhood businesses and Cleveland’s next generation of creators.

Makers’ Markets are on select Thursdays from 5:30-8:30p.m. throughout the summer. The upcoming dates include: June 8th, June 22nd, July 6th, July 20th, August 3rd, August 17th, and August 24th. In an effort to promote greater attendance to the Markets and provide an improved marketing opportunity for our participating Makers, our NEW location is at the East Shore Park Club - 17217 Dorchester Drive Cleveland, 44119. 

Makers’ Markets will take place in conjunction with the East Shore Park Club (ESPC) Summer Concert Series. These free, community concerts draw large crowds from both the North Collinwood area and greater Cleveland. Parking for the Markets’ and Concert Series is available along the nearby streets. Join us for some local shopping and live entertainment!

Are you a local Maker? Registration for vendors is still open. Visit our Eventbrite page for details and to register: Contact Lauren Calevich, Makers’ Market Coordinator at with additional questions.

Check out our page for updates at!

Joe Barbaree

Resident of neighborhood since 1956. Worked on East 185th street since 1970.

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