Fall market vendors


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October 1, 2020
Great Lakes Crates, one of the vendors

The resolve was evident in the number of people who took part as supporters and vendors.

To be sure, it was a nice local feeling as part of a (sort of) nice fall day in the Sault’s downtown.

That is, in partnership with the local Downtown Association, the Sault Ste. Marie Museum held what it called a Culture Days Fall Market.

The fall market, outdoor event was held behind the museum’s 690 Queen Street East location and many local residents took to the downtown on what was a typical, sweater weather, October 1 day in the Sault.

Notably, the outdoor market featured more than 10 vendors selling a variety of unique wares and handmade items including soaps and candles, bead work, quill work, art, housewares, vintage, so-called “up-cycled clothing” and more.

Tents were set up behind the museum with vendors, artists, food and beverages and community-engaged art activities.

Tents were adequately spaced to adhere to physical distancing guidelines.

Jo Huckson, right, who is the proprietor of Great Lakes Crates, and his wife, Silvana, were among the vendors at the Culture Days Fall Market. (Photo by Mary Desimone)


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