Vegan Grand Rapids Pop-Ups

The Vegan Grand Rapids Pop-Ups are special events connecting you with vendors and local, sustainable vegan goods that you normally wouldn’t have the chance to shop for. It’s a temporary retail space that allows us to connect you with something awesome!

Our next pop-up event is the annual Vegan Grand Rapids Holiday Pop-Up Market.

SAVE THE DATE!

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This year’s Holiday Pop-up Market will be on Saturday, December 14th at the Spoelhof Fieldhouse Lobby at Calvin University from 9am to noon.

Everything sold at the Holiday Pop-Up Market will, of course, be free from all animal products, including meat, dairy, leather, wool, silk, honey, etc… Where else can you shop over 30 vendors and NOT have to ask about what it’s made from?

CLICK HERE TO RSVP

If you’re interested in being a vendor, please fill out an application here: http://bit.ly/VeganGRVendorApp

Check out these photos from our past pop-up markets.

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No Holiday Pop-up Pop would be complete without coffee to help you shop. Thank you Concept Coffee for being there to provide energy and delicious drinks to all the patrons!
Thank you to the West Michigan Cooperative for hosting the Vegan Grand Rapids Holiday Pop-Up Shop! We couldn't have had such a successful event without all your support.
Cari Draft was strategically placed near the entrance because her energy is infectious and she's a great greeter. And her EcoTrek Fitness Bars are delicious. Thanks, Cari!
As soon as 11 am hit, the people started coming and it never let up. What a great community we have! Thanks for all your support.
Kindred Cultures sells handbags and other accessories. They are a creative collaboration connecting  shoppers to small-scale artisans in developing countries, Most items are made by women living in some of the poorest countries in the world. What a great company to support! https://www.kindredcultures.com
K. Grant Designs handmakes the BEST cat toys around. 100% Carl approved.
No detail is lost in K. Grant Designs cat toys. You know your cat is the best and this fortune cookie lets them know, too! You can buy these toys and more here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/kgrantdesigns
Black Cat's Vintage Vices sells an amazing array of vintage goods. There's still time to shop online to support this local curator at https://www.etsy.com/shop/BlackCatsVintageVice
Apsara Spa is one of the only shops in GR that really understands vegan spa services. They were on hand selling locally made KPS Essentials products and well as a host of other vegan beauty products from kai fragrance and FarmHouse Fresh Goods. They also offer a men's line of vegan goods made by Jack Black Grooming Products. We're not ashamed to say we dropped a few bucks here and set up appointments just before the holidays. Stop in their shop to pick up some gifts or buy stuff to pamper yourself before the hectic holiday season. http://apsaraspa.com/
Apsara Spa's vegan men's line of Jack Black Grooming Products is on the left. These make perfect gifts for dads, husbands, brothers, boyfriends and all the special men in your life. You can even book a men's facial at http://apsaraspa.com/
Bird and Feather sells terrarium kits. These are our favorite gifts to give all year round as presents. The air pod plants are super easy to care for and they are absolutely stunning. Buy online at https://www.etsy.com/shop/BirdAndFeatherCo
This was Sorcerycycle's very first time selling in a large market space. Sorcerycle is a collaborative group of local artists making jewelry, macrame and home decor items. Learn more: https://www.etsy.com/people/sorcerycycle
Rise Grand Rapids was of course back at the Holiday Pop-up selling doughnuts, as well as Magic Cookie Bars. Rise Founder Nick said they made a lot more than they have for past events, and he was worried they wouldn't sell out. But as always you guys never disappoint. Several vendors totally sold out of everything, including Rise!
KP Studio makes the most adorable veggie themed items (more on that in the next photo). These are their homemade, reusable kitchen dish scrubbers.
Happy Holidays from KP Studio!
The TrailMixery is an up and coming local vendor selling vegan trail mix. Perfect gifts for the upcoming holidays!
The TrailMixery gave out lots of free samples winning the hearts of many. Thanks for helping to make the day special, Lisa!
Nutcase Vegan Meats is a family affair. They make vegan/gluten free nut-based meats in 4 flavors - hot italian sausage, chorizo, and breakfast sausage, and nutty burgers. You can find Nutcase in Kingma's Market and Horrocks Farm Market locally.
Nutty burgers from Nutcase Vegan Meats were given out as samples. Delicious!
Made right here in Grand Rapids, Bit Baking Co. has taken the cookie industry by storm. All vegan, gluten-free and delicious (like, seriously. You've never tasted cookies like this!). You can find Bit cookies at D&W, Kingma's Market, Harvest Health Foods, and online at http://bitbaking.com/
North Beach Foods brought almost 100 of their Vegan Brie en Croute's and sold every last one and had to leave early! What a great day for them and for all of us for being able to buy these luxurious treats.
These are one of our favorite appetizers to serves to guests. The nut-based cheese is ooey gooey magic. You can buy them in Grand Rapids at the West Michigan Cooperative.
El Cardenal is based out of Oceana County and sells salsa, chips, and asparagus tamales. You can find them locally in Kingma's Market stores.
Free samples of chips and salsa? Don't mind if I do! Thank you El Cardenal for helping to make the day a huge success.
Raelynn Strong was back for her second year at the Holiday Pop-up selling her one of a kind art.
Cultured Love is a Grand Rapids based company making fermented foods. Here's a selection of the variety: 
 • Carry Me Away – Traditional caraway kraut
 •  Dillyicious – Tastes like a pickle, with garlic, onion, dill and turmeric
 •  Purple Hot & Spicy – Beautiful red cabbage with cayenne, garlic, and onion
 •  Root for Ginger – Our nod to Kimchi with ginger, garlic, radish, carrot and Korean red pepper flakes
 •  Curryosity – Rich curry spice with green onion and carrot

For a list of stores to find it locally, check out their website at http://www.culturedlove.com/goods/
BarrieBeau Herb Farm was back again this year seling Spa, Food, and Baby products, all made naturally pure. If you missed out, you can shop online at http://www.barriebeau.com/
Rise Grand Rapids makes delicious doughnuts, cookies, and sammies. You can buy their goods at a number of local coffee shops. For a list, see http://www.risegrandrapids.com/
Paridae Design creates beautiful bird themed prints. Have a bird lover in your family? These designs are perfect for the bird fanatic on your list this holiday season. LEARN MORE: http://paridaedesign.com/
Are you drawn to a certain bird? Chances are that Paridae Design has created a unique rendering of your favorite feathered creature. And yes, Eastern Wild Turkey, we agree. We should all eat more Tofurky!
Jewelry Dreams makes necklaces, earrings, and rings right here in Grand Rapids, offering custom designs too. Just contact Sue Goedert for info.
Funny Farm Organic Produce was at the Holiday Pop-up Shop selling dried vegetables, a variety of salts, spices, plus handmade jewelry, bracelets, and earrings.
Jewelry made by Funny Farm Organic Produce,
Madam Pratt's Herbals was on hand selling handmade soap with as little impact on the environment as possible. Buy online at https://www.etsy.com/shop/MadamPrattsHerbals
Madam Pratt's Herbals soaps aren't just functional, but also gorgeous in rich, bold colors.
Mud Lake Farm is a West Michigan Cooperative pro. Recently, Mud Lake branched out from hydroponic greens into the world of Hand-crafted cordials using herbs from the farm.
Shelby Kregel's art is so great, and we always love having her share her talent with us at the Vegan Grand Rapids Holiday Pop-Up Shop. Somehow we were too busy this time to stop by and purchase a single item! Time to request a custom piece of art from here ASAP! http://www.shelbykregel.com/
Brittany Moblo upcycles goods to create eco-friendly items, like dolls, totes, pouches, and more. Hopefully you stopped by to purchase one of these unique creations!
Richert Blueberries LLC was at the Holiday Pop-up selling, dried and frozen blueberries, as well as jam.
As we've said before, it's NEVER too cold for ice cream. Thank you Love's Ice Cream for helping to make this event a success!
Shelby Kregel's booth is always packed with everyone picking up hat perfect piece of art.
Thanks for everyone who packed the house!
Bruised Angel was on hand selling lots of super cute upcycled clothing and household goods.You can keep up with all of the latest items from Jess through her Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BruisedAngel?ref=hdr_shop_menu
Show off some Mitten pride with these shirts from Michigan Revolution.