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MAKE.BELIEVE. Pop Up Tour Surprises Quakertown!



Mercantile Home, a popular creative studio from Easton, PA, is taking it’s community based creative studio/shop concept on the road to Main Streets across the country and will stop in Quakertown from March 28 to April 2. Mercantile Home Owners/Artists Ken Jones Jr. and Ron Morris are traveling to new communities across the country and opening a temporary outpost version of their playful studio/shop in surprise locations for one week at a time.  Mercantile Home will be located in Quakertown at 332 West Broad Street from March 28 to April 2. They will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Everything needed to create their “Workshop Store Experience” will be packed inside their Mobile Mercantile which they’ll drive into town at the start of the week. Along with making new creations inspired by their stay in Quakertown, Jones and Morris are looking forward to meeting as many local community members as possible. They will host a free Repair & Share event on Thursday, March 30, as well as working on several ongoing community art projects at their outpost. No previous creative skills are necessary to participate in any Mercantile Home project and all levels of experience are encouraged to participate.

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