Market facilities some-more than 60 vendors
March 30, 2017 - garden totes
Spring in a Crossroads kicks off Saturday with Corinth’s premier domestic event, a Green Market during a Corinth Depot.
In a ninth season, a non-profit Crossroads Museum eventuality earnings to downtown charity an heterogeneous brew of internal and informal artisans and craftsmen who sell their things in an open-air, grassroots setting.
“Each year, it is a categorical idea to do all probable to make a Green Market even improved than a prior year,” pronounced museum house boss Cathy Wood. “This year we have put into place stricter manners for a vendors in sequence to yield a business with a best, many purest form of domestic usually products.”
Set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., a marketplace is giveaway to a public.
“For a initial time in some-more than 5 seasons, we have a new Green Market t-shirt and receptacle bag,” pronounced Wood. “Another fundraiser for a museum, a t-shirt facilities special market-themed design designed by Katie Briggs. The totes, sponsored by CBS Bank, also underline some of Katie’s work.”
Shirt and receptacle prices start during $20 and can be purchased inside a red Coca-Cola trailer in a garden or inside a museum present emporium on marketplace day.
Local party will also be supposing via a event.
Corinth-based youngster Hannah Johnson will uncover off her latest learnings interconnected with a fibre guitar and Iuka-based bluesman Kevin Thornton will stone with covers and self-written sets.
Johnson will perform 9:30 to 11 a.m., while Thornton will go on 12 to 2 p.m.
Presented by Magnolia Regional Health Center, a Daily Corinthian, CBS Bank, Coca-Cola, HR Block and Visit Corinth, a marketplace will underline some-more than 60 vendors including 36 deteriorate sellers.
Many vendors are returning favorites, though Wood pronounced a marketplace will also underline around 15 new vendors who have never attended a market.
Green Market deteriorate vendors include:
• Handcrafted pottery from Hinkle Creek Pottery, HinkleJams, jellies and baked products from Traci and Moms Treats, Rienzi
• Handcrafted workman cold routine soaps from Cottage Garden, Corinth
• Handcrafted valuables from Vstone Designs, Corinth
• Hair bows and accessories from Little Monkey Creations, Booneville
• Wooden trays from WooD n B, Glen
• Repurposed valuables from Rescued Relics, Smithville
• Handcrafted valuables from Liz Avery, Saltillo
• Crochet works from Sheila Williams, Golden
• Custom timber arrangement cases, Eddie Harrison, Savannah, Tenn.
• Cold routine soaps from Mammy’s Soap Co, Bethel Springs, Tenn.
• Yard art from Glenda Newcomb, Iuka
• Handcrafted bath and physique products from Red Lizard Farms, Rosemark, Tenn.
• Local sugar from Mardie Bee Farm, Tippersville
• Handmade bags from The Bag Lady, Corinth
• Gourmets burgers and some-more served on site from Moondog Makers Bakers, Corinth
• Silverware valuables from The Jade Dot, Corinth
• Baked products from Handcrafted by Heytens, Marietta
• Children’s wardrobe from Chatterbox Kids, Walnut
• Home taste from Christy Criss, Ecru
• Hand dipped corn dogs and flue cakes served on site from Tab’s Concessions, Corinth
• Kettle corn and lemonade served on site from Wiley’s Kettle Corn, Guys, Tenn.
• Handmade children’s garments from KH Handmade, Corinth
• Hand-knit wardrobe and toys from Beyond Unique Gifts, Russellville, Ala.
• Soy polish candles from Borderland Handcrafted Candles, Brandon
• Goats divert soap from Bailee’s Bubbles, Walnut
• Restored selected valuables from Lois Mathis, Corinth
• Laundry antiseptic from GnomeClean, Columbus
• Handmade pressed animals from Linda’s Lovables, Corinth
• Wood crafts from Jennifer Young, Corinth
• Hand tuned wooden equipment from Norman Fowler, Middleton, Tenn.
• Flower petal valuables from Jan Haley, Corinth
• Essential oils from Two Picky Chicks, Corinth
• Art from Images, Middleton, Tenn.
• Walking tacos from Happy Heroes for St. Jude, Corinth
• Home taste and some-more from Doo Dah’s, Rienzi
(For some-more marketplace information, revisit corinthgreenmarket.com or hit 662-287-3120.)