CLEVELAND — Northeast Ohio is home to hundreds of local businesses and artisan shops, but when it comes to supporting them or even finding more, it can be a bit difficult.
But the folks behind Maker Town are making it easy. Through their app and monthly markets, users and attendees have access to more than 600 businesses that offer handmade products.
"We believe a localized maker movement is alive and growing within hundreds of cities across America. The Maker Town platform exists to help it thrive," said the company's website.
On Sunday, Maker Town is hosting its first outdoor market of the season at Vino Veritas Cellars Winery in Old Brooklyn.
"We believe that every local dollar counts toward a more vibrant economy, where makers and artists can earn a living as entrepreneurs sharing their handmade products to nearby consumers," the website read.
The event takes place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The winery is located a block away from the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo at 4103 Memphis Avenue.
While visiting the quaint space, guests can enjoy food, games and of course, taste the various wine selections made from California grapes.
The winery's owner says wine making has been a tradition in his family for years. He started making wine with his grandfather when he was just 8 years old.
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