LaSalle hosts night market while DWBIA searches for vendors
LaSalle is holding its September Night Market on Sunday at the LaSalle Civic Centre.
Between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., those who go can explore what handmade and homemade products 40 vendors have on offer.
Patrons can take off their masks while sitting in the food court area, but they must be worn at all other times.
Admission to the market is free, but access will be limited under the Reopening Ontario Act. The entrance is marked with a blue flag on Normandy Street near the sails.
Dane Roberts and Madeline Doornaert will provide musical entertainment.
Meanwhile, the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Area is looking for vendors for its October flea market.
That will be on October 24 at the Pelissier Street Parking Garage from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It is looking for vendors selling vintage goods, clothes, housewares, collectibles, art, electronics, books, toys and appliances.
“Flea markets are known for being treasure troves, where shoppers can find unique pieces for less,” said DWBIA Chair Brian Yeomans. “It’s a bit like embarking on an adventure for the shopper, but more importantly, flea markets have become a must-stop for sustainable, responsible consumption.”