Mon, April 22, 2024

Evans Market accepting vendor applications, starts April 23

Andrea Fanfan looks forward to selling her Hawaiian-inspired snack bags again at this year’s Evans Market, which is now accepting 2022 vendor applications.

Fanfan launched PJ’s Snacky Sack in October 2020 in honor of her now 6-year-old son PJ, who was diagnosed with autism. He helps with various tasks, such as labeling and packaging bags, while his mother bakes snacks. The mother-son team sold their treats at last year’s Market and received a positive response from the local community.

The Fanfan family is looking forward to the new season of the Evans Market.

“We absolutely love meeting new people and seeing all of our regulars come back for their Snacky Sack refills,” Fanfan said.

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Established in 2018, Evans Market is a weekly event featuring goods from local bakers, farmers and artisans. Visitors can find a variety of items, including fresh vegetables, homemade pies and jewelry. The Market is open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Plaza at Evans Town Centre, near the Columbia County Performing Arts Center.

Evans Market features vendor booths selling a variety of local goods.

This year, it will be held from April 23 to Nov. 19. Vendor set up begins at 7 a.m. and ends at 8:30 a.m. According to the application, those who arrive late won’t be allowed to participate that day. The vendor fee is $25 a week.

All applicants must submit photos of their products, a pricing list and proof of their Columbia County occupational tax license. For more information or to complete a vendor application, visit the Columbia County government website here.

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