September Saturdays at Lockwood’s

Date/Time
Date(s) - Saturday, Sep 03, 2022
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location
Lockwood's Garden Center

Categories


Plant sales, workshops, vendors, food trucks and more will be part of September Saturdays at Lockwood’s Garden Center, 4484 Clark St., Hamburg.

September 3

Sale: perennials

Workshop: Fall Patio Planter class with Mary Trifunovic from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm. Register here or call (716) 649-4684. Maximum class size is 15.

Vendors: Red Root Wraps with wire-wrapped crystals, gemstones, and other fine jewelry. Lain Candle Co will be offering wonderfully scented 100% soy candles with natural oils. Maple Leaf Alpaca Farm will have live alpacas and beautifully woven products. Shanamel’s Naturals will offer small-batch herbal creations and custom skin care remedies.

Food: Nick Charlap’s Ice cream truck. Back again this year, music will be played by The Fair Weather Band from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm.

September 10 

Sale: shrubs

Learn how to create a Fall Patio Planter by Mary Trifunovic from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm. Register here or call (716) 649-4684. Maximum class size is 15.

Vendors: Over the Buffalo Moon will exhibit fine jewelry and pottery designs. There will be amazing textiles available to purchase by So She Sews. Check out high-quality, great-looking magnetic art by Rock Lion.

Food truck: JC’s BBQ

September 17

Sale: trees

Workshop: Succulent pumpkin centerpiece. Mary Kruszka will present this class from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm. Register here or call (716) 649-4684. Maximum class size is 15.

Vendors: Lovely handcrafted apothecary skincare by Gypsy Meadows Market. Returning will be Maple Leaf Alpaca Farm and Lain Candle Co.

Food truck: Weidner’s BBQ chicken

September 24

Sale: Mystery Sale!

Workshop: Succulent pumpkin centerpiece. Mary Kruszka’s class will take place from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm. Register here or call (716) 649-4684. Maximum class size is 15.

Vendors: Unique jewelry and earrings by Iv’s Designs. There will be beautiful textiles available to purchase by Polkadotties. Returning will be Shanamel’s Naturals, offering small-batch herbal creations and custom skin care remedies.

Food truck: O’Brien’s Farm Fresh Kitchen.