Cascade Galleria to Open for Weekend Spring Market
NEW CASTLE, Pa. – The Cascade Galleria in downtown New Castle will be transformed into a pop-up Hometown Spring Market this weekend only.
It will be open from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, and noon to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The market comes on the heels of a successful Christmas market in December.
The nostalgic building, formerly known as The Towne Mall, has sat largely vacant. It will have new life this weekend with entrepreneurs selling their wares, assembled by Feola Entertainment and New Visions. The mall will be decorated with a spring theme and will feature children’s activities.
Volunteers, partnered with building manager Russell Hilton, have been decorating the corridors, cleaning up the stores, and continuing to improve fountain in the center of the mall.
More than 75 vendors will take part in this weekend’s event, including artisans, small business owners, crafters, bakers, and more. Attendees will find unique gift ideas for Easter or Mother’s Day among clothing boutiques, jewelry, bakeries, face painting, coffee, tea, chocolates, wine, collectables, popcorn, massages, beer, T-Shirts, cosmetics, candles and wax melts, home décor, resin items, natural pet treats, alpaca items, skin care, massages, candy, Etsy owners and much more. The full list of entrepreneurs can be found at FeolaEntertainment.com.
The Easter Bunny will visit the mall from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday and 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. A professional photographer will be on hand accepting donations for professional digital photos.
Family horse and carriage rides (groups of four) will be offering rides on a downtown loop all weekend. The carriage rides are provided by Misty Lane Farms Performance Horses. Reservations are recommended by calling 724 283 5614.
A special feature of this event will be art displays of works from New Castle Area School District students.
Pictured: Shoppers crowd the Cascade Galleria in downtown New Castle last year for a Christmas pop-up market.
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.