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Heritage Days Marketplace to have 32 booths

Posted: Friday, June 8, 2012

Heritage Days 2012 has a little something to offer everyone. The Marketplace, located in downtown Huntington near the Courthouse, will offer a variety of goods and services to those who visit the shopping area.

Thirty-Two booths in The Marketplace will feature items for purchase or present information about organizations or businesses. For the first time, not-for-profit organizations and churches are offered the opportunity to have booths in The Marketplace also.

The Marketplace will include Bailey’s Coffee LLC selling pop, water and a variety of hot and cold beverages; the Cottage Kitchen offering sloppy joes, pulled BBQ, cookies and more for sale; Crossroad Connections will offer family photos, baked goods and Crossroad Cooler drinks; Faith Community Church selling popcorn; HNHS Band Parents offering hotdogs, drinks, chips, band cards and decals for sale; Lilly Bear’s Rescue selling food, decals and shirts and Raab Water will display water treatment equipment.

Additional booths include the American Red Cross, the Associated Churches, the Boys & Girls Club of Huntington County, Huntington Team EVOLV, Life Church, Pinecrest Productions, Riley Children’s Hospital and the YWCA Northeast. The Christian Life Tabernacle will hand out information and and provide games for playing at its booth; Jeff’s Candles will sell assorted rocks, beanies, crystals, pencil sharpeners, handmade candles, gold/crystals, pewter, glass figures, assorted resin items and figurines; Legacy Rock and Stone LLC will offer artisan made rocks and stones; Mother Moon will have sweaters, ponchos, dresses, blouses, bags, jewelry and t-shirts for sale and Yulin will offer marionettes and jewelry.

Anchor Graphix will sell custom decals, custom license plates, signs, shirts, mugs and hats; Bada will sell handbags and sunglasses; Bags, Buttons & Bows will sell tote bags, purses, wood buttons and fabric flowers; Everdry Waterproofing will provide information about basement waterproofing and free foundation inspections; Hoosier Windows will provide information about windows, siding and roofing; Kenay Arts will sell traditional native Indiana crafts from Ecuador; Key Exteriors will display windows, siding, roofing and doors; the Lafontaine Center will sell coffee mugs and lanyards; Lasley’s will sell sports items and hats, t-shirts and toys; McKenzie’s Hope will give away mugs and information about the organization; Pathfinder Services will sell ControlAbility products including moisturizing shampoo, conditioner, hand sanitizers, body lotion and Monofoil products; Sara’s Crafts will offer handmade wood crafts, hats, sheets, t-shirts and more; wax warmers, wax, room sprays, scent buddies and lotion will be sold by Scentsy.