SIX NATIONS — On Saturday, July 6th the Six Nations Marketplace welcomed over 1,000 visitors despite the unpredictable weather.
The Six Nations Marketplace reopened its doors after being closed for several months, and announced that it’s “back bigger and better than ever.” The Marketplace now houses over 95 small business under one roof. This includes shops of nearly every genre from bath and body, health and wellness, to apparel, jewelry and more.
After having to cancel some activities out of safety concerns, visitors of all ages were still able to partake in prize bingo, raffle table, door prizes, photo booth, bouncy castles, candy toss, cake dance, petting zoo, and taste bbq and traditional foods.
A magician, stilt walker, juggler and clown with balloon animals each made appearances alongside the likes of Batman, Paw Patrol characters, Spongebob, Deadpool and Logan Staats for visitors to eat and greet.
Other local initiatives were also onsite to celebrate the day including Warrior Park Athletics, Haldimand Wolfpack Rugby League, SNIPE, an Six Nations Tourism.
The event also collected food donations for the Six Nations Community Food Bank.
The Marketplace is also always seeking more vendors that are interested in joining and showcasing contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.