The Inaugural Franklin Street Bazaar!!

Franklin Street Events would like to give sincere a thank you to all of the farmers, vendors, volunteers, the West Branch Library, The Healthy Communities Partnership, and our sponsor First Federal Savings Bank for getting together with us for the Franklin Street Bazaar! It was such an amazing pleasure to see so much of our local area meet and trade. And I mean, not to use strong language for such a happy thing, but psffhhtfffft… that was awesome.

So, here is a short list of thank yous, Oxford commas, and smooches to everyone our hollywooding boy-attendant could meet that morning. We love all of the following but this is not an inclusive list by any means:

Genesis Health & Wellness drshaun@genesishw.com 812.858.1008

Simply Bare All natural balms, simplybare@yahoo.com 812.457.3150

Sir Dax Longfellow Barbque Company http://www.bbqisgood.us https://twitter.com/BBQISGOOD

Jarboe Creations, www.JarboeCreations.com tjarboe@jarboecreations.com  812.661.6725

John Haddad, www.HaddadArt.com , facebook HaddadArt 812.480.2827

Soap Solutions, LLC, http://soapsolutionsonline.cominfo@soapsolutionsonline.com 812.431.3835

Sweet ‘n Sassy Cookies & more https://www.facebook.com/sweetnsassycookies 812.499.2865

A La’ Jar Art www.etsy.com/Alajarshop www.instagram.com/alajarshop 812.7746315

Drizzle Oils, Vinegars, and Salts www.drizzleoils.com 812.568.5927

Mayse Farm Market www.maysefarmmarket.com 812.963.3175

Timberview Flower Farm medflowers@att.net 812.963.3241

Stonewall Farm www.stonewall-farms.com 812.985.0349

Seton harvest and the Daughters of Charity Julie.deitz@doc.org 812.963.7692

Masquerade Soaps www.soapstore.com/masqueradesoaps 812.470.1507

Pizza Revolution Evansville http://www.pizzarev.com/

Hoops of a Feather https://www.facebook.com/hoopsofafeather 812.499.4210

Blu Jay Furniture www.blujayfurniture.com 812.454.8260

The Antler Shed 618.384.1108

For the Love of Cupcakes jamielynn@yahoo.com 812.589.3626

Rosie Posie Creative Design www.facebook.com/rpdesignbyjodi 812.204.0528

The Pacetre, llc www.thepacetre.com 812.402.6005

BooMooRoo’s Creative Creations http://www.etsy.com/shop/BooMooRoosCreations

Ginger Cat Knits https://www.etsy.com/shop/GingerCatKnits 812.457.0632

The Granola Jar Café & Bakery http://www.granolajar.com/ 812.437.1899

Luke Kelly, who is on twitter #authorlukekelly 812.613.0014

Sandy Eickhoff of Sandra Lee Designs

Clinton Hoffman https://www.facebook.com/cloudcrete

Joshua Academy Training Center http://www.joshuaacademy.com/ 812.401.6300

Peckenpaugh’s Greenhouses www.peckenpaughs.com 812.425.9927

Bee Sharp Knife Sharpening http://beesharpsharpening.com beesharpsharpening@gmail.com

Stoll’s Greenhouse https://www.freshnation.com/vendor/profile/35681 812.486.3583

How about those area codes?

 

Annnnd a special thank you to Calabash for playing our First Ever Bazaar! https://www.facebook.com/calabashband

To EVERYONE who isn’t listed above, we wish we had the words and business contact information to make you understand the fuzzies you gave us for coming out on Saturday! Also, big ups to WNIN for filming our bazaar, and THANK YOU EVERYONE who came out and took a look at all of the amazing reasons you can fall in love with Franklin!

Remember: If you want to get involved, we’re doing this all summer long. If you want to get involved, contact this approachable lady:

Karen Sue Conaway 812/677-0267

Franklin Street Bazaar-Market Master

Franklin Street Bazaar 6/21-9/20

Join us every Saturday at the beautiful West Library Lawn, 2000 W. Franklin St. for our version of the Farmer’s Market….Franklin Street style!

9am-1pm!

Local grown produce, art, music, crafts, food, and more!

 

 

June 21- September 20th 9am-1pm Local produce, art, music, crafts, food, and more!

June 21- September 20th
9am-1pm
Local produce, art, music, crafts, food, and more!

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Franklin Street Community Garden

Have you seen this? I mean, have you seen it? We have a lot of love and thanks to give for all of the help we’ve received in putting this garden together. Much more of this to come, and really this is long belated. Sarah, Amy, and Karen have been hard at work with support from so many volunteers, local businesses, and even our garden’s next door neighbors whom are letting us fill our rain barrels with their sweet rain. We’ve got a long list of sponsors, businesses, not for profits, and Purdue faculty to thank as the garden takes root. That’s not even a pun. Come by and see what we’re up to! Fall in love with Franklin. We are so happy to be a part of the good growing up around Evansville.

That one sort of was a pun.

Franklin Street Community Gardenizens 

Franklin Street Community Gardenizens

Race Day Thank Yous

We at the Franklin Street Events Association blog would like to take a moment to again acknowledge and thank our generous sponsors whom have helped make all of our Color Me Fun Run possible! We love our community and are so thankful to these local business for their contributions. It’s truly amazing what gets done when you’re having a good time for the right reasons. Thank you for coming together, and let’s have a spectacular race and Earth Day celebration!

 

 

Berry Plastics

Moore Music

Tin Man Brewing Co.

Back Porch Cinemas

Lamasco Bar and Grill

SnickerDoodle Kids Art

Pistons Bar

Thyme in the Kitchen

West Side Honda

H & R Block

Leroys Tavern

Townsquare Media

ProRehab, PC

Paul’s Menswear

Freeman, Will & Niemeier, Inc.

JOHNSON CARROLL NORTON, KENT & GOEDDE, P.C.

Gerst Haus

Sportsman’s Grille and Billiards

Smitty’s Italian Steakhouse

Pizza King

Evansville Print Specialists

Earth Day on Frankin/Color Me Fun Run 5K – 04/19/2014

Feel that sun? It’s been getting out more and more lately, and so should you. Come check out Earth Day on Franklin on April 19th!

The 2nd Annual Color Me Fun Run is happening right on Franklin. Registration starts at 7:30 at the West Side Library Branch. Adult entry is $35 in advance and $40 on race day, students middle school through college are $20 with student ID, and kids 12 and under race FREE! Kids must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Four color stations are set up in a closed circuit, and don’t worry about the color. You could leave a stain with it if you tried. Believe us. We’ve tried..

Don’t want to run? All right. We’ve got an art crawl from 10:30 to 4:00 presented by the Arts Council of Doom (mwa-ha-ha-ha). Seventy artists will present work for the occasion. Seventy.. 7-0 artists. Explosion. Need more? The Arts Council is putting on an art event for kids. Then at 11:00, Earth Day activities in the library park begin with the Potts School of Science is presenting a range of scientific displays designed to pique interests and inspire the imagination. We’ll be arting and sciencing all day until 6:00.

“But, Franklin Street Events blog post, is there even more?” you ask.

“Yes,” we reply, “there is.” Because from 6 until 10, we’ve got the Old Salt Union AND The Giving Tree Band playing that sweet bluegrass for you live in concert. And all of this, the Art Crawl, the kids events, the scientific attractions, the music – all of this is free.

So there it is. We love putting this on. We are so excited about it, and we would really love for you and yours to come out! Of all the Earth Days on Earth, this is going to be among the earthier. Will it be the Earthiest? We can’t say with scientific certainty yet. Yet.

Ready to race? Here is a link to get you moving in the right direction.

http://www.active.com/evansville-in/running/distance-running-races/color-me-fun-5k-2014

Check out our Facebook Event Page for links to the bands!

https://www.facebook.com/events/222078434608558/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

And we were going to add a link to a puppy colored to look like a tiger but won’t risk the consequences. Still, it’s out there waiting for you.