Marsol Friday Market: El Guapo

Julio “Guapo” has his extensive collection of leather goods at the far back wall of Marsol Market. From huaraches to beautiful sandals; coin purses to belts, Julio has leather in every color, shape, and style. If you just need a wallet or a sizeable hand-tooled purse or maybe a computer bag for your laptop, Julio likely has it in stock. If not, he will have it next week.
April 19th is Good Friday, and yes, the Marsol Market WILL BE OPEN!

The Marsol Friday Market by the Pier presents, accompanied by live music: Walking tours and guide books; cotton wine/gift bags, and Louisiana peanut brittle. Herbal extracts, creams, and potions by Ricardo Mazcal. 100% cotton clothing and crocheted items. Talavera pottery, and Huichol crafts. Fun art, greeting cards, and fabric handbags; Bark art, and animal-rescue info. Home décor advice from Sherry; dog and human baked treats by Kim. Corn-husk flowers, Mexican nuts, candies, hot sandwiches, and fine-art paintings. Pickled beets, sauerkraut, smoked meat, artisanal tequila, and essential oils. Jewelry made with: sterling silver; faceted glass and semi-precious stones; repurposed fabrics; leather for men and women; sea glass and beach tile; estate, antique jewelry, and more.

Join us year-round at the Marsol Friday Market by the Pier. Open from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm.

Marcia Blondin