50 small businesses featured at next weekend’s ‘Market at Maison’ in Albion
Press Release, Maison Albion
ALBION – Maison Albion will host its French Market to spring into summer from April 23-24. The event will feature 50 vendors from across Western New York, specializing in fresh produce and flowers, handmade goods and antiques.
The two-day event will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 23 and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 24.
The Market at Maison is a French-inspired market designed to provide small businesses a unique and elegant space to showcase their products, while connecting with other artists and community members. Guests will experience an afternoon of shopping through the extravagant ballroom, beautifully designed patio spaces, and lounge in the newly renovated billiards room. Tours of the historic mansion will be available to all guests, lunch will be offered by The Big Cheese Food Truck and beverages served by Blue Groove Coffee Co and Mixologie.
“The Market at Maison creates an opportunity for local artists, farmers, and antique curators to reach a wider audience in a beautiful space.” said Kerri Glover. “We look forward to creating this event, which has already gained a strong following, every spring and fall annually.”
“This French-inspired market is one of our favorite events. Not only do we get to meet other local businesses and vendors, but we have also made some great friends participating in the Market at Maison. We absolutely love that Maison Albion hosts this event every year” said Sarah Ebbs, owner of Pretty Sweet Bakery.
Maison Albion is committed to providing all guests with the utmost hospitality with the hope of leaving guests feeling enchanted by the grounds beauty and rich history. Tickets include a signature shopping basket and two complimentary refreshments. Tickets for the event can be purchased online at www.maisonalbion.com/market.
Maison Albion is a historic mansion reimagined to host magnificent weddings and events. Located at 13800 W County House Road in Albion, guests are transported to a time of luxurious craftsmanship, baroque decadence, and lavish celebrations. The 1878 mansion is accompanied by a breathtaking ballroom and parklike gardens reminiscent of a late 19th century French cottage.