Howell Winter Marketplace – January 8 & 22, 2017

 

The 2016-2017 Sunday Howell Winter Marketplace has begun and the next Sunday to stop in is in the new year – January 8 & 22.

The annual Marketplace is a family-oriented venue held two Sundays a month beginning in November through April, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. It’s a way for local farmers, vendors and artisans to remain in touch with their customers throughout the year. A variety of products are available: arts and crafts, baked goods, fresh meat and eggs, cheese, honey, homemade dog treats, home gifts, seasonal produce, and much more!

Free admission! Bring the family and to shop and visit with vendors and friends. It’s a great way to support the local economy as well.

Be sure to stop in and take advantage of the variety of products offered by our local artisans and vendors:

Dennis Vesper – Honey

Kathy Winkler – Czech baked goods, stuffed cabbage and pierogis

Marla Swartz – recycled items

Judy Luff – Aprons

Michelle Nixon – Natural Healing products

Melissa Johnson – Tea’s

Dave Turk – eggs, cheese and meat

Ruth Johnston – Uniquely flavored gourmet salts

Marvin & Margaret VanGorden – Candles, wind chimes, stained glass

Sally Sellers – watercolor paintings

Nancy Davis – Pastries

Renee Gideon – produce, cheese and meats

Rosa Bergner –crocheted items

Robert Page – all types of brittle

Frank & Helen Fiori – handmade bracelets

Jancie McMahan – Handmade 3D all occasion greeting cards

Don & Maggie Hall – Jewelry, vases and characters made from silverware

Joey Lentine – Bakes goods

Larry Radzville – Hat Hanger

Kimberly Pendygraft – Jams and Pie fillings

Sandy DeGuire – Pumpkin seeds and seasonal treats

Kari Aro – Holiday items

2017 Market Schedule:

Jan. 8 & 22

Feb. 5 & 19

March 5 & 19

April 9 & 23

The Marketplace is a program of the Livingston Arts Council.

One Response so far.

  1. Mary Heikkinen says:

    You can call Sharon Fisher at the Opera House, 517-540-0065. She can tell you if there is any space remaining for the market. Thank you for your message.

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