Kids Share Their Creative Talents At Youth Market

More than 40 Lake Havasu children shared their love for entrepreneurship at the Community Youth Market Saturday. The kids sold items such as dog treats, mason jar snow globes, jewelry, candles tea cups and metal art at the KAWS building on McCulloch Boulevard.

Kids were able to launch and run their own businesses at the market and learn how those businesses work. The event was organized by the Lake Havasu Farmers Market.

Here are photos of the event.

Kalei Pinnelly of Oakley’s Pet Supply sells dog biscuits, bandanas and candles at the Community Youth Market. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Rylee and Kenna Kieckbusch of Kieckbusch Kreations sell jewelry at the Community Youth Market. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Mckenna Street of Jewelry By Mckenna sells bracelets and necklaces at the Community Youth Market on Saturday. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Brandon Larson of Purple Cow Artistry sells stickers, prints magnets and keychains at the Community Youth Market. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Rosie Yeomans of Rosie’s Treats sells bracelets and  goodies at the Community Youth Market. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Genevieve Lytle of From the Garden sells tea, spices, and body scrubs at the Community Youth Market. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Community Youth Market

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Kara Duncan poses for a photo at her coloring booth Saturday morning. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Community Youth Market

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Mackenzie Main of Mackenzie’s Metal Works sells metal flowers, signs and minatare  dolls at the Community Youth Market. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Community Youth Market

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Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Maggie Jensen and Monica Jensen of Abstract Ability sell paintings and metal butterflies at the Community Youth Market. Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene

Samantha Zasadil/RiverScene


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