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Arizona Artisans gather for Pineapple Triangle’s Fall Market

By Paige Closson

Pineapple Triangle wrangled local artists and crafters for their Arizona Share That You Care fall market, Oct 15, at Downtown Phoenix’s The Vintage 45.


Founder, Madelyn McGrath, began Pineapple Triangle in hopes to bring together local artisans to raise money for charities. A portion of proceeds of each event goes to various charities with vendors also donating to a charity of their choosing.

For this fall themed event, vendors put their most festive foot’s forward, bringing products like fall scented candles by Burn Candle Company, orange and red palette prints by Buffalo Gals Company, and so much more.


Popular among jewelry vendors and rustic sign designs were products that felt close to home, featuring lots of cacti and state cutouts. Pineapple Triangle kept the homey vibe going, only featuring around 55 vendors, keeping the market feeling intimate and exclusive.

The event also boasted live music by local artists, 76 th Street, and food by funky food truck’s like The Flying Pigeon. For shopper’s Saturday morning caffeine fix, Scottsdale’s Teaspressa served their famous tea brewed like coffee while Mama’s Cold Brew offered refreshments for die-hard coffee drinkers.

For information on the next market hosted by Pineapple Triangle, check out their website.


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