Spring Salt Market Hits Syracuse This Weekend
Food trucks, live music, and gifts, oh my! This Friday, May 1 from 5-9 p.m., and Saturday, May 2 from 10 a.m. -3 p.m., get down to the St. Clare Theater on the north side of Syracuse (840 N. Salina St)! The Spring Salt Market is “an urban market showcasing stylish, handmade wares created by artists and designers from Upstate NY (and a little beyond), for the curious local shopper.”
What may you find at the Spring Salt Market?
Four local potters will be featured at the Spring Salt Market:
The Gandee Gallery, Katie Carey Ceramics, Hannah Graeper Pottery, and Scoville’s Studio.
Be sure to check out their amazing products. There is sure to be something for everyone!
You aren’t going to find your average, run of the mill jewelry at the Spring Salt Market. You will find amazing, quirky, and uniquely crafted pieces that will surely spark a conversation. Upstate metal smiths Interstellar Love Craft, Laurel O’Brien’s Art work & Jewelry, Sweet Farm Jewelry, The Knotty Owl, and lostgirlMetalworks.com. will be featured.
Um, this is pretty self-explanatory. If you are hungry, and you like good food, look no further. Some of the BEST food trucks and bakeries, including the Toss ‘n’ Fire – Mobile Wood-Fire Pizza, thatswhatsupsyracuse Food Truck and the Recess Coffee & Roastery will be representing Upstate NY this weekend.
Amazing live acts from Central NY will be playing Friday and Saturday for your listening pleasure. The lineup is as follows:
5 p.m. – Early Bird // earlybirdtrio.com
7 p.m. – Aaron Welcher // aaronwelcher.bandcamp.com
10 a.m.- Jesse Champagne // jessechampagne.org
Noon – Tim Herron // timherroncorporation.co
1:30 p.m. – Slow Train // reverbnation.com/SlowTrain2
Technically the theater street address is “1117 N. Townsend St,” but the theater is located on the backside of this building and you can’t gain access from the front.
For more direct access, please enter the parking lot next to Assumption Church, off N. Salina St., between Catawba St and Isabella St. To the rear of the parking lot you will discover the entrance to the theater venue!! We’ll have signage directing your arrival.
Use “840 N. Salina St” to search for directions on your phone or computer.
Don’t miss out on this great, FREE event! Shop local, and eat well, CNYers!
The Fuze Magazine
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