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Magickal Market Offers Whimsical, Holistic, Metaphysical Treasures

Stop by Feathered Outlaw’s Magickal Market next Saturday, July 1, at the Al Fresco Dining Park and Healing Garden on Webster Street at Taylor Avenue and you’ll see that this is not your average craft fair.

Alameda Post - the poster for Feather's Outlaw's Magickal Market July 1, 2023

With at least 35 to 40 independent vendors offering magickal, whimsical, holistic, and metaphysical wares from all over Northern California, the market features spell kits, plants, crystals, tarot, herbal remedies and teas, unique candles, goddess-worthy adornments and jewelry, unique vintage clothing, and holistic services.

Upcoming markets—on July 1, August 25, and September 30—will add new features, including a practitioners’ alley, extended hours, tastings, and more.

The Magickal Market first opened in 2017 as a collaboration between the Feathered Outlaw, neighboring West End small businesses, and artisans. There were only about six to 10 vendors back then, but the markets were well attended and continued to grow. Rather than close down the street for the market, the event takes place at the Al Fresco Dining Park and Healing Garden, and visitors are encouraged to explore neighboring businesses and eateries to enjoy what Alameda’s West End has to offer.

Alameda Post - Feathered Outlaw's Magickal Market poster
Mark your calendars for upcoming Magickal Markets, Witchfest, Black Hat Saturday, and Yule Midwinter.

The Healing Garden is an outdoor community space that was created in 2020 by the West End Arts District and West Alameda Business Association to provide hope and color to the community and offer opportunities to local businesses in the face of COVID. Since then, the space has been used by thousands of many different activities and events.

The next Magickal Market takes place on July 1, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Healing Garden, 1435 Webster St. at Taylor Ave.; admission is free.

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