BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The Easter shopping season is set to return to the Broadway Market after being closed in 2020 due to the pandemic.
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown announced that more than 50 vendors will return beginning Saturday, March 6. Some vendors will be returning March 13.
Vendors for the Easter season will be open daily from March 20 through April 3, 2021.
According to Mayor Brown, "seasonal Easter vendors include Mazurek’s Bakery, Kelly’s Country Store, East Hill Creamery, Our Traditions hand crafted Easter eggs, Alpha Importers, Black Button Distilling, Sweet Melody’s, Buffalo Artisan Food Traders, Becker Farms, Vizcarra Vineyards, Go Veggies, Paragon Co., Bathfitters, Buttermints Linens, The Craft Emporium, Enchanted Hearts Bamboo, Gridlock Lacquer, Main Street Winery, Merritt Estate Winery, Queen City Gallery, Retro Buffalo, Savage Winery, That Popcorn Shack, The Winery at Marjim Manor, Tupperware, Victorianbourg Wine Estate, Yoga Pants Vodka and Weber Maple Products. These vendors are in addition to the 26 year-round vendors serving customers."
Anyone attending the Broadway Market will be required to wear a mask and adhere to CDC guidelines.
“Easter season at the Broadway Market is a tradition that goes back generations in our community. I am inviting the thousands of shoppers to continue to flock to this destination, as these entrepreneurs need your support now more than ever to survive the COVID-19 emergency. Please buy local to support this historic shopping treasure, part of our vibrant small business economy in the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood,” says Mayor Brown.
Seasonal vendor space is still available. More information can be found on the Broadway Market's website.