Lackawanna County’s Winter Market hosts 54 vendors, music, art, and more in downtown Scranton December 3-5


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Of a Press release:

Back for 2021 that Lackawanna County Winter Market The weekend runs Friday, December 3 through Sunday, December 5, in Courthouse Square in downtown Scranton, with 54 vendors along North Washington Avenue, music from local musicians, and a variety of other events.

Lackawanna County’s tree lighting opens on Friday, December 3, at 6 p.m. in Flag Square in front of the courthouse with Christmas carols by the Catholic Choral Society. Free carriage rides from Brookvalley Farm is also served from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. departing from the North Washington Avenue side of Courthouse Square.

In addition to First Friday Scranton Art walk, “Rise: An Installation of Light & Hope”, designed by the Scranton Fringe Festival with the Center for the lively city and the Marywood University School of Architecture, is on display on North Washington Avenue Lawn. As part of the installation, performances of the Scranton Fringe Festival will be offered on Friday and Saturday evenings. Carol singers from the Wally Gordon community singer and PATAsphere will be strolling through Courthouse Square and downtown on Friday evening.

On Saturday, December 4th, Fringe @ 200 Adams Ave. Gallery (200 Adams Ave., Scranton) offers free art activities from 12pm to 4pm Depreciation gallery (101 Penn Ave., Scranton) and the NEPA Academy of Creative and Performing Arts at The Ritz Theater (222 Wyoming Ave., Scranton).

Other activities include the Toys for Tots annual fundraiser, the Festival of Trees exhibition in Piazza dell ‘Arte on the Spruce Street side of the courthouse with 24 trees adorned by regional organizations and the Scranton Tomorrow Holiday Window showcase. As part of this year’s storefront, the county offered a special program to sponsor 15 windows to be decorated by local artists. The displays will be open until Friday, January 7th.

Lackawanna County Winter Market Schedule

Friday, December 3rd: 5 pm-9pm
Saturday 4th December: 11 am-7pm
Sunday 5th December: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Vendors at the Lackawanna County Winter Market

A day to remember
Alpacas from Windy Haven Farm
Art by Allison Larussa
Art by Sam Kuchwara
Bad kitty knitwear
BC Goods & Grain
Boutique Libertina
Christine’s soap box
Classic souvenirs
Coco Creative Studio
Country girl kettle corn
Oddities killed the Kat jewelry
Deep Roots Hard Cider
Designs by Olivia Gray
Dolce Lucenti
Earthly peace
Essence for your senses from Helen
Etched designs
Gravity Line Forge
Handcrafted with love by Margie
Janet & Jim created
K&D creations
Kathy’s crochet
Krafts from Konopka
Krysta’s individual creations
Lamberton designs
Lil ‘Sofia’s jewelry box
The Lucchi family’s wine cellar
Lyndsey Hughes Designs
Mark Ciocca illustrations
Micheles handmade specialties
Naked toffee
Nelstra Gallery
Newkirk honey
Osborne specialties
Peggy’s marinade
Pittston popcorn
Pure Suds Co.
SA coffees
SM hair bows & more
Space Time Met & Cider Works
Stonefawx Studios
Sugar Loaf Herb Farm
Sugar plum chocolates
Talericos tropical winery
The Welsh Tea Shoppe, LLC
Tiny Homestead Studio
White Pine Graphics
and more…

For more information on the Lackawanna County’s Winter Market and its vendors, visit the Lackawanna Markets Facebook site,, or contact the Art and culture department of the Lackawanna district at 570-496-1724.


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