Stroll presents Cabin Fever Marketplace

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BRATTLEBORO — Strolling of the Heifers will present the Cabin Fever Marketplace — a specialty food, beverage, art & craft pop-up market — at the Robert H. Gibson River Garden, 157 Main Street, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

"March 20 is the first day of spring, but here in Vermont there's still snow on the ground, and folks are looking for fun activities to get them out and about," said Strolling of the Heifers' executive director, Orly Munzing. "Everyone is invited to our beautiful indoor marketplace downtown at the River Garden for some 'retail therapy'!"

"The River Garden will be filled with local vendors selling specialty food & beverages, arts & crafts, home goods, beauty, jewelry and apparel," said River Garden coordinator, Vicki Friedman. "They are happy to meet their customers and answer any questions. It's a personal connection that makes these events special," she added.

The Cabin Fever Marketplace will feature items that are crafted and curated by creative entrepreneurs, providing an opportunity to learn about and find unique items from local sellers.

Participating vendors are as follows: All Around Towne Photography, Beachy Keen Nails, Ceres Natural Remedies, Earthen Herbal, Einstein's Kitchen, Future for Freedom, Grace Rowse, Independent Scentsy Consultant, Gray Raven Farm, Handweaving by Nancy, Harbor Island Creations, Hidden Bean Bakeshop, How Charming!, LaLa Bliss Artisan Jewelry, Lamps by Herman, Lyman's Specialties, Mare & Indie Closet, Meraki Farmacy, Original Images Art by Catherine Lee, Post Apocalyptic People, Regenesis Project, Salsa Sisters, Sarah's Story Stones, Southwest Tribal Arts, Spoiled Rotten Jewelry, Tastefully Simple, UBAM Usborne Books & More, Unique Turning Vermont, Wild Hart Distillery, ZapDazzle Studio.

For more information, visit or call 802-246-0982.



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