Come Shop our Final Winter Market Tomorrow (3/6) and Get Ready for Weekly Markets Beginning April 10!
Join us tomorrow, Saturday, March 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at our final Winter Market and purchase seasonal favorites like soups, chowders, and chicken pot pies . . . and also get a sneak peek (and taste) of spring! More than 30 vendors will line Riverwalk Landing selling locally grown, produced, and crafted products. Stock up on farm-to-table meats, eggs, and produce. Don’t miss delicious baked goods, gourmet chocolates, homemade candles, dog treats, local art, and more. Select vendors and artists will also be offering pre-order options for this final winter market. Make sure you follow the event on Facebook to get updates from those businesses on their pre-ordering instructions. Just click on the “discussion” tab. Again, this is the last winter market until the regular weekly season begins April 10 with our Go Green Market! Details available on our Visit Yorktown website.
In the case of inclement weather, just as during the regular season, the market will move into the lower level of the Water Street Parking Terrace. Due to COVID-19, events are subject to change including times, dates, and locations. When shopping the market—please don’t forget your face masks. Vendors and artists will be socially distanced and hand sanitizer stations will be set up throughout the market.
Let’s Celebrate and Get Fit with Parks and Recreation
Celebrate good times, come on! The Senior Center of York has a variety of programs to help you feel good about yourself, and one way to do that is to attend the Birthday Bash! Next Friday, March 12, at 1 p.m., come celebrate your birthday (or someone else’s) with free musical entertainment. Register by March 8. Also at the Center, learn how to draw spring flowers with watercolor, pen, pencils, and ink in the Botanicals Adult Painting Class! This six-week program begins Tuesday, April 13. There is a fee for this program; registration ends April 8. Mixed Doubles Tennis League is now accepting registrations for the Thursday night Round Robin league that starts April 8. Sign up by March 29. And finally for the kiddos, help them learn how to relax and focus with Beginner Yoga for Kids! Ages 6-12 will enjoy this fun, casual program that encourages kids to explore their creativity through dynamic postures in a step-by-step format. There is a $40 fee for residents and $65 for non-residents. Class is held Thursday beginning April 15 and consists of eight one-hour sessions (5:30-6:30. For more information on these and other programs, and to register, visit the Parks and Recreation website.