Spring Market held in Scranton

The market was held at the Scranton Cultural Center from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.

SCRANTON, Pa. — The Scranton Cultural Center hosted its 5th annual “Buy Local Spring Fling Marketplace” on Sunday.

Many businesses, artisans, and wineries spread over several floors are available to guests.

This event helps showcase small businesses and encourages people to shop at local places.

“It’s always great to support people who make their own items, there’s so much heart and soul in everything they put together, from home decor, jewelry, pet treats, things for kids,” said Rachael Fronduti, Spring Fling Marketplace Organizer.

“I think it’s important to support local and keep money local to help the community and help businesses here thrive,” said Alicia Kilonsky, owner of Classic Keepsakes.

“I’ve never been here before, but I have two friends who sell here, so I thought I’d come and check it out, what better way to do that than on a dreary day, come spend some money,” he said. said Teresa Lamberson. , South Gibson.

The Spring Fling Marketplace is hosted by local sponsors and supported by Lackawanna County and the PA Council on the Arts.

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James C. Tibbs