Hoopla and food at the artisan market in downtown Shelton

Allison Southard, 10, above, has fun with a hula hoop from bringtheHoopla at the Downtown Handmade Market last Saturday inside the Conti Building on Howe Avenue in Shelton. She was with her cousin, Carly Snyder, 9. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

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The weekly indoor market showcases products from artisans, food providers and small businesses, many based in Shelton. It takes place Saturdays from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., including today.

The market began during the recent Christmas season as part of the Celebrate Shelton initiative, and now has been started again.

Some winter greens available at the market from Stone Gardens Farm in Shelton, which offered many kinds of off-season produce such as root plants.

Some winter greens available at the market from Stone Gardens Farm in Shelton, which offered many kinds of off-season produce such as root plants.

Participants in the market includes:

— Bead Dangle Design

— Bel Mare Creations LLC

— Benny The Baker

— BringtheHoopla LLC

— Electric Bones

Benny and Paola Benedetto of Shelton sell their Benny the Baker cupcakes and other baked goods at the market. The married couple plans to offer a mobile coffee bike with baked goods for parties, corporate events and other gatherings in the future.

Benny and Paola Benedetto of Shelton sell their Benny the Baker cupcakes and other baked goods at the market. The married couple plans to offer a mobile coffee bike with baked goods for parties, corporate events and other gatherings in the future.

— The Glass Source Stained Glass Studio

— Grateful Pawz

— Greystone Bookworks

— Laurie Lynne’s Jewelry & Kids Parties!

A variety of fresh baked bread being sold by Liquid Lunch in Shelton.

A variety of fresh baked bread being sold by Liquid Lunch in Shelton.

— Lisas soaps naked and natural LLC

— Liquid Lunch

— Look and Sea

— Nikki’s Candy Boutique

Beets, kohlrabi and carrots for sale by Stone Gardens Farm.

Beets, kohlrabi and carrots for sale by Stone Gardens Farm.

— The Olive Oil Factory

— Origami Owl Living Lockets

— Periodic Tableware

— Stone Gardens Farm

 

Learn more about Celebrate Shelton at www.celebrateshelton.com, email [email protected], or call 203-924-4368.

 

 

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