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2017 Markets at Round Lake
About Markets at Round Lake
Come and celebrate the makers revolution and sustainable food movement! For one weekend in August, over 80 of the best and brightest artistans in the local and regional Maker, Craft and Artisanal Edibles community will be showcased. These makers, who have been selectively juried, will converge within an eclectic village bringing forth the latest talent and hottest trends.
Talented and passionate vendors with a variety of handmade goods from leather bags to ceramics, clothing to candles, industrial chic to upcycled jewelry, and much more.
The Food Market
Pre-packaged goods with tastes ranging from award-winning jams, charcuterie, craft beer and spirits, to sweet treats and spices.
The Book Market
The book market will feature more than 15,000 used and some rare books in the historic Round Lake Auditorium. Preview day Friday from 5pm to 8pm with hardcovers at $2, paperbacks at $1; Saturday and Sunday hardcovers will be $1 and paperbacks $0.50.
Sponsored by The Mill on Round Lake you can see musical guests Brian Gibney of Hair of the Dog with Jim McArdle, Stores Told with Gary Moon and Alice Jenkins Hausmann, Chloe Macyn (winner of 2017 Capital District Original Music Award for best pop composition), and jazz with Jeanine Ouderkirk and Shaun McCarthy. On Sunday Selector David Normal will be spinning an all vinyl soul set.
BarStream will be serving up beer, cider, and wine from their iconic vintage 1966 Airstream and Food Trucks Charcoal Dole, and there will also be The Chuck Wagon, The Hungry Traveler, O'Pablo's Food Truck, The Dutch Udder, and WRLIS Pie Booth.
Kids can enjoy the Creativity Caravan, a traveling studio, gallery, and imaginarium which is sure to spark, engage, and nourish creativity in kids of all ages.
The Markets at Round Lake, a fundraising initiative for the Round Lake Libraries, would not be possible without the generous support of their sponsors as well as the Round Lake Improvement Society, the Village of Round Lake, and many dedicated volunteers.
Come meet the makers, taste the goodness, read a piece of history, listen to live music, and shop local!