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Friday, July 3, 2015
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This Saturday will kick off the first Lockport Community Market of the season.

The Lockport Community Market will run each Saturday from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. for 14 weeks thru October 3rd and is located on Historic Canal Street in downtown Lockport.

This family-friendly, open-air market features live entertainment, activities and demonstrations, and a multitude of vendors each week offering fresh produce, meat, baked goods, local wine, jewelry, unique gifts, and much more.  EBT/SNAP (food stamps) for all food stamp eligible products will be accepted by participating vendors.  

Vendors will vary from week to week with new vendors still being accepted each week as space allows. To apply to be a vendor, contact Heather Peck at 434-0212, or visit www.LockportCommunityMarket.com.   Vendors confirmed thus far include:

  • 1st Presbyterian Church: Water/ pop 
  • Angels of Spiritual Guidance: Psychic crayon readings
  • Black & White Publishing: Books by Melanie Schulz: The Newstead Project, The Bashan Agenda, Revenge of the Rephaim, Blackbird, Erron, and 2084
  • Black Cat Bread: Wild yeast breads, bagels and pretzels
  • Bonard’s Applewood Hollow: Hot chocolate/ coffee 
  • C. Miller Portraits: Portraits 
  • Cream and Sugar: Warm cinnamon rolls, hot coffee, Homemade Granola fruit and yogurt parfaits, additional breakfast pastries, cupcakes
  • Cutie Pies: Small, handcrafted fruit pies, cookies 
  • Diamonds in the Ruff: Animal rescue 
  • Different Wood: Wood crafts 
  • Ecclectric Scents: Soaps  
  • Emily White: International bestselling author of the Auri Wars series. She will be selling the first two books of the series, ʺElementalʺ and ʺFae.ʺ
  • Epic Blue Acres: Eggs, heirloom veggies, tea, natural cleaners & upcycled goods, chicken meat
  • Excelsior Farms/ Bannister Beef: Apples, peaches, cherries/beef
  • Feather Art: Feather jewelry and fans 
  • Flight of Five Winery: Wines 
  • Flower Farm Aromatherapy: Cut flowers, aromatherapy products, photo cards 
  • G&E Paparazzi: Paparazzi jewelry and accessories
  • Joan Miner: Purses and decorative flip- flops 
  • Lo- Kel Creations: Variety of homemade/handmade items.
  • McCollum Orchards: Over 50 varieties of fresh organically grown produce.
  • My-T Fine Jewelry: One of a kind designs with you in mind. Southwestern designed jewelry. Custom designed jewelry. 
  • Nessa Nutritionals: ʺChillersʺ - cooling neck wraps.
  • Nice Farms: Maple products, Honey products, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, sweet & sour, cherries, apricots, plums, peaches, nectarines, plums, pears, apples, apple cider.
  • Rare Rustic Crafts: Soap, Body Scrubs, Lotion, Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Spray, Argon Oil Serum, Perfume, Clay Mask, Bath Team Pet Shampoo, Face Cream, and Body Wash - everything is handmade.
  • Reid’s II: Hot dogs, drinks, chicken fingers, fries and more. 
  • Salvation Army: World’s largest Christmas card sent to our troops serving overseas.
  • Santarsiero Produce: Various fresh produce as available from local farms in Newfane, Wilson, Albion, Gasport, and the surrounding area.
  • Shop til U Drop:  Purses, clothing and jewelry 
  • Stone Hollow Farm: Breads, pies, cookies, scones, muffins, Lakefront Olive Oil, Buffalo Toms Wing Sauce, Homemade Jewelry, and Produce. 
  • Sweet Carol’s Swine BBQ: Hot Sauces and Rubs
  • Sweet Source Bakers: Brownies, Blondies, Cookies, Cupcakes, Cake, Fruit Pies.
  • Teacup Farms: Dairy- Goat and Cow milk, cheese, fudge, bread, cookies, goat milk soap, eggs, meat, 31 bags, some crafty things. Glass farm animals.
  • Three Sisters Bakery: Fresh baked goods.
  • Toni’s Jewelry Designs: Jewelry, gourds, wired Tree of Life, lawn décor.
  • Tupperware: Tupperware Full Line product; Sales Product and discontinued products.
  • Windy Acres: Cut flowers, bouquets, herbs, perennials, annual flowers.
  • Wine Cork Bird Houses by David McKenna: Bird feeders, garden stakes, kid's houses, butterfly houses
  • Winery at Marjim Manor: Wines
  • Winslow’s Choice LLC: Homemade traditional jam: Apricot, Peach, Blueberry and Tart Cherry. Oatmeal cookies.
  • USB-le Jewelry:  Jewelry with built in USB FLASH Drives Necklaces, and keychains for all ages.
  • Young Living Essential Oils: Young Living essential oils, diffusers, health supplements, personal care and cleaning supplies

Live entertainment can be found each week in the Canal Street gazebo, and activties for children and adults will be conducted throughout the season. The Lockport Community Market will also be featuring free Yoga classes before the Market opens each Saturday during July and August. Classes will be offered each from 7-8 a.m. at the Canal Street gazebo. Free, easy and outdoors - enjoy reaching, bending, stretching, and breathing. No previous experience needed. All ages, levels, and abilities welcome. Participants are asked to bring a mat, blanket or towel and a water bottle.  No pre-registration is necessary; participants are encouraged to just show up to class.  For questions, contact Rebecca Strong directly at 720-366-7480.

Other activities scheduled for Saturday include:

  • 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.: David Stockton in the Canal Street gazebo. 




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