Event attendees check out the inside of a trailer that showcased local art and jewelry from vendors.

PHOTO ESSAY: Georgetown Trailer Park Mall Hosts Monster Mash Market

by Ronnie Estoque


Last Saturday, Oct. 9, local community members gathered for the Monster Mash Market at the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall on Airport Way South. The all-day event featured over 40 craft vendors and artists selling their own unique sets of work. Several trailers were utilized and decorated as vendor spaces, while others were provided tent spaces to showcase their products to prospective customers. The event also featured live music from bands such as Lo-Liner, and a photobooth area for attendees to take photos with their festive Halloween-inspired costumes. 

On Nov. 27, the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall will be hosting the GTPM Holiday Market from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Small, locally owned businesses will also be featured for the event.

The Monster Mash Market was held at the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
A customer browses through custom magnets sold by Eli Wolff (right). (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
Tamara Clammer sold their leather masks during the day. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
Arlan Lackie of local band Lo-Liner smiles during his live performance. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
A display of child garments at the Sumac El Sol Handcrafted Textile Arts vendor stall. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
The outside of a trailer that hosted local art and jewlery for the event. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
Renee C. Look , owner of renee’s creation, stands by their vendor table. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
A dog poses in their Halloween costume. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
A featured product on display for Black-owned Badder Body. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
Acacia Corson, owner of Badder Body, poses in their Halloween fit beside a trailer. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
A customer browses through Moda Boscolo’s vendor station of unique items. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)
Heidi Khrone sold their art work as a vendor. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)

Ronnie Estoque is a South Seattle-based freelance photographer and videographer. You can keep up with his work by checking out his website.

Featured Image: Event attendees check out the inside of a trailer that showcased local art and jewelry from vendors. (Photo: Ronnie Estoque)

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