Brunch & Shop Mujeres Market x Plus Products Hollywood
Time & Location
About The Event
Join us for a Mini Mujeres Market in West Hollywood!
Graciously hosted by our new friends PLUS products CBD in their newly done up clubhouse, we invite you to holiday shop with us, maybe try out some CBD gummies and have a cute mini brunch together! West Hollywood isn’t even ready for us!!
We have been big fans of Plus Products and are thrilled to have this collab with them! They will have sample stations and more info for anyone interested, curious or for those of us ready to restock on goodies. Free samples FOR THOSE 21+ with valid ID .
We are stoked to have a WOC/QTPOC take over of West Hollywood with y’all!
Mujeres Market X Plus Products Sunday December 8, 2019 12pm - 4pm Plus Products Clubhouse 1312 N. Fairfax Ave. West Hollywood, CA 90046 20+ Vendors Feat. DJ Zuri Adia Food by Xonxitas Vegan Mexican Food! FREE mocktail bar! ALL AGES
PARKING: There is free street parking in the area, though may be challenging to find if it's a busy morning. However, there is also parking across the street at RITE AID that is $5 or free with purchase/validation from Rite Aid.
FOOD & BEVERAGE: Food will be available for purchase from Xonxita's Vegan Mexican Kitchen. There will also be a free mocktail/kombucha bar sponsored by Plus Products.
Nalgona Positivity Pride M&M Bath & Body Essentials AGAVESALT Art Kid Shirley Lagrimas De Oro ARTEMISA FEMMES Dreamy Gallery Bean Bunny pottery Dora's Tiendita Xol y Luna Xonxitas Vegan Mexican Kitchen Butterflies and Hummingbirds Las Sucias Social Club BOSS ANNIE Hey Puppy Kinetik Soul Medicinas Lupita
Mujeres Market gathers local womxn of color entrepreneurs, artists, writers, and collectives to display their art. Mujeres Market also includes vendors from the gender-nonconforming and transgender community. Join us for our first Riverside Mujeres Market.
Mujeres Market is put together by Nalgona Positivity Pride. Nalgona Positivity Pride (NPP) is a xicana-indigenous body-positive organization that provides intersectional eating disorders education and community-based support for people of color who are struggling with troubled eating and poor body-image. After not seeing her own experiences reflected and the lack of cultural awareness in the eating disorder world, Gloria Lucas started NPP in 2014 out of an urgent need to create a platform for communities of color and indigenous-descent communities who struggle alone. Gloria first-hand experienced the isolation that comes with being a person of color with an eating disorder and the absence of services for low-income people.
NPP’s line of work focuses on uncovering the impacts of colonialism, social oppression, historical trauma and its role in impairing relationships indigenous-descent people have with food and body-image. NPP’s goal is to help people of color and indigenous descent folks find education and resources for self-empowering, resistance, and healing.
More Info About Mujeres Market: https://www.nalgonapositivitypride.com/mujeres-market