Aug. 31 is Children’s Day at Lititz Farmers Market

By on August 30, 2017

Mak Azubike

Thursday is Children’s Day at Lititz Farmers Market. The Balloon Guy will be on-hand, making balloon sculptures. Kids can enjoy a a market-wide scavenger hunt, bubble, sidewalk chalk, and hula hoop station.

Mak Azubike will again be performing. Mak began singing in front of audiences as a child, and slowly developed deep love for music and since began exploring various instruments since 1995. Growing up in the Nigerian church scene where competitive musicianship is key to growing congregations, Mak grew up studying gospel artists like Don Moen, Fred Hammond, and later branched out to contemporary acts such as Sting, Led Zepplin and Dave Matthews. He currently lives in Lancaster.

The featured food truck will be Garofalo’s Calabria Old World Italian Cuisine. Additional vendors this week include: Tomboy Togs: handmade masks, headbands, wands, and more; Musikgarten of Lancaster will explain their children’s music classes; and Harmony Playground, with information about the playground for all abilities coming soon to Lititz.

Other “regulars” include: Woodcrest Daylillies, Sugar Whipped Bakery Truck, Lancaster Hummus Co., Tropipop, Bretta’s Breads, Wise Oak Herbs, McCall’s Ferry Farm Meats and Eggs, J. B. Kelly Seafood Connection, Susan’s Garden Patch, My Peruvian Treasures, Isabelle’s Kitchen, and Kelly’s Veggie Cart.

The market is open weekly, Thursday evenings, from 4:30 p.m. to dusk, in the parking lot in the 100 block of North Broad Street, across from the entrance to Lititz Springs Park.

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