Fall Market at IB Festive takes place Nov. 16 at Lamar Academy, offering a one-stop shop for holiday shopping while raising funds to give back to the community.
The diverse group of vendors on hand include Zombie Fries, Candy House, Paparazzi Jewelry, It Works, Suca Maria, Scentsy, and Prayers for Paraguay. Also, Buzzy Bees Designs, Rodan + Fields, Power of Why Studio, Stella & Dot, Paula’s Designs, Wreaths for All Occasions, Elevate Coffee, and Easton’s Dog Bakery and Essentials. Desert Bloom, Lularoe, Avon, Medi-Weighloss, Doterra, Farmasi Skincare and Color Street will also be there. Other vendors include F.I.T. Lab Fitness, Origami Owl, Krum Baked Goods, Aloe Re-Leaf, Avon, Bow Co., Trendy Threads, Madre Mia Designs, and Succulents. A rummage sale will also take place.
Fall Market at IB Festive takes place from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Admission is free. Lamar Academy is located at 1009 North 10th Street in McAllen.
About the Lamar Academy/IB Student Council
Held by the Lamar Academy/IB Student Council, the festival was the answer to the organization’s hope for sizable funds in its year-round quest to promote a sense of community. Its recent projects include working with the Catholic Charities to help immigrants who need assistance. Students also participated in clean-ups with the City of McAllen’s Keep McAllen Beautiful and Texas Recycles Day. Events have also included anti-bullying rallies, Say YES to Life-Suicide Awareness Event, the Domestic Violence Awareness Event and a Mental Health Fair. The group furthermore promotes school spirit, literacy and social consciousness about serious topics such as suicide, depression, cancer and bullying.
The Lamar Academy/IB Student Council is also raising funds to send students to the Texas Association of Student Councils’ annual State Student Council Convention.