Students stand in front of SGI High School's greenhouse

For the second straight year, Springville-Griffith Institute High School students have organized an opportunity for vendors and local business owners, as well as students themselves, to showcase their products. 

The "Makers Market," organized by students in the school's entrepreneurship class and involved in The Harvest Company, a student-run business, will take place on Saturday, May 7 from 2 to 6 p.m. behind SGI High School near the greenhouse. 

The event will feature products from student vendors, as well as other community partners, 49 Coffee, Snow Child Clothing, Shining Star Cattle Co, Art's Cafe, and others. There will also be live music and food available for patrons. 

"We are excited to announce the 2nd Annual SGI Makers Market," said student Lily Underberg. "We hope you'll stop by to support your own young SGI Entrepreneurs and other community vendors."

The Harvest Company is a student-run business that gives students the chance to start their own businesses and learn how to become successful entrepreneurs. The company also runs a flower subscription for $30 a month in which patrons receive a flower bouquet and a chance at  a gift basket each month.