Pop-up Shop to benefit Navarre Park project

Posted on November 2, 2017 by Romi White

Recently the Starfish Project of Northwest Florida stepped up to the plate and offered to help raise funds for Navarre Park improvements, aiming to help make the park equipment ADA compliant

Toward that end, the nonprofit, which assists families with special needs, has organized a vendor market called “Pop-up Shop” from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 11, at St. Sylvester’s Catholic Church, located at 6464 Gulf Breeze Parkway, just west of Navarre on U.S. 98.

“There is a $25 fee to be a vendor, and we still have room for more vendors. The venue is quite large,” said Rebecca Pullum, a volunteer for the group.

So far the following vendors are registered:

Sarap Pops Cake Pops
Lilla Rosa
Sene-Gence/Lip Sense
Pararazzi accessories
Color Street nails
Lula Roe
Wines for Humanity
The Pampered Chef
Initial Outfitters
Plus several craft vendors and a silent auction featuring jewelry, kitchenware, makeup, massages and more!

According to Pullum, all vendor fees will go toward The Starfish Project. “There will also be a place at the door where voluntary donations can be made for the park. Some of the vendors are donating all of their profits to Starfish. Several are donating a portion of their profits,” she said.

Pullum said silent auction donations are still being sought.

For more information contact Tamra Nelson 850-204-8030 or thestarfishprojectinc@gmail.com