We know there are a lot of talented kids in the Magic Valley creating incredible art that needs to be shared with the world. If your kid is one of those future famous creators, hopefully, you got them a booth at the Twin Falls Kid Market Day.

Kids Can Sell Their Art and Crafts at Upcoming Twin Falls Market

The Kid Market Day in Twin Falls will happen on July 30th at the Twin Falls City Park from 10 AM to 1 PM. Currently, all the booths are sold, but you can get on a waiting list just in case someone who has reserved a space decides they can’t go.

2022 Twin Falls Kid Market Day in the City Park

The Kid Market Day is an event run by children. Kids can come up with a business idea, create a product, set up a booth presentation, and sell their products. It’s open for kids aged 5-16 and after the event in the Twin Falls City Park, there will be one more this year at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds. That market will take place on November 12th, 2022. Full details on the kid markets can be found on the Magic Valley Kid Market Website and Facebook pages.

Anyone can attend the event and help support these young artists and entrepreneurs by purchasing their products.

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Kids can also apply for a scholarship to help pay for their booth space and supplies for their craft products.

Previous Kid Market Days In The Magic Valley

On the Kid Market Facebook Page, you can check out pictures from previous events and see what kind of great creations these kids are making and selling.

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