Nearly 20 local vendors showed up to peddle their wares at the Havana Market on Saturday, February 25.
The event was held from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in front of the Shade Tobacco Museum on Second Street in downtown Havana.
The market was organized and hosted by Jennifer Folsom of Jenny’s Soaps and Gifts, who also had a stall at the event, offering a selection of homemade vegan artisan soaps, scrubs, and body butters.
Some of the other vendors who participated were:
For the first time in the Havana Market, 221B Baker’s Treat, a Sherlock Holmes themed British bakery, located in Quincy, which offered, among other savory delights, the Sherlock Scone, S’moriarity bars (these sold out really fast), and the ½ pound Dr. Watson’s Brownie.
Marsha’s Pickling, offering a range of pickled goods, along with jellies, candies, and more.
Bantam Bay and Company, owned and operated by Jennifer LaCognata and her family, offering a variety of flavored pastas, bagels, and desserts.
Maad Goat, a pop-up pizzeria that uses homemade crust and sauces, traveling with an outdoor pizza oven.
The Bookcart, operated by Tallahassee author Pat Stanford, offering books written by Stanford and other local authors.
Pretty Great Little Farm, operated by Constance Oehlert, offering vegetables, herbs, and succulents, along with crafts and jewelry.
Cakes by Liz, a local Quincy sweet shop, offering a decadent selection of cakes, cookies, and other treats.
Stephen Klein – Gadsden County News Service