Looking for unique gifts for Easter? The vendors at Dayton's 2nd Street Market have many great new items, perfect for all ages. There are gifts for Easter baskets, hostess gifts, and even gifts for the four-legged set. With the wide variety and great selection of items available at the Market, you can assemble a terrific gift basket perfected suited to the tastes of the lucky recipient.
You can get an empty basket to get you started at Rahn’s bakery or the Wegerzyn Gardens shop, and the friendly vendors at the market are always willing to help you select items for your custom creation.
Animal Snackers Bakery has their always-popular homemade gourmet animal treats (all natural, no preservatives or unpronounceable ingredients), as well as a wonderful selection of toys, beautiful pet scarves for spring and some tasty cat grass (the cat grass us also suitable for bunnies).
Fabric Art Creations has a brilliant variety of items made from recycled and repurposed fabrics. Hand woven rag rugs, purses, sewn coiled bowls, glasses cases, Kindle, Nook and Sony Reader covers, and passport covers are just a few of the many items at Vicki’s shop.
Currently, Maria’s Unique Foods has the most beautiful Easter cookies EVER – homemade locally – for only $1.99. You can also find fresh homemade whoopie pies, jams, an amazing assortment of pickled eggs, handcrafted granolas and so much more! If you are looking to make a gourmet gift basket, you can also choose from Blue Jacket cheeses, the Wine Gallery, Azra’s, Purely Sweets and many others.
Tim’s Gifts n’ More has all sorts of clever hand-cut wooden items for all ages – there are little wooden bunnies and other small items perfect for tucking into Easter baskets, as well as wooden clocks, plaques, frames and larger items for gift-giving.
Visit the Market this Thursday or Friday from 11-3 p.m. or this Saturday from 8-3 p.m. and get your Easter baskets together!
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