Niagara Gazette


April 7, 2013

Lewiston Gardenfest looking for vendors

Niagara Gazette — Longer days mean spring sunshine and warm summer days not far behind, bringing thoughts of gardening and landscaping projects. The Lewiston GardenFest, presented by Lewiston Garden Club, is now accepting vendor applications for its 8th annual event on June 22 and 23 along Center Street in Lewiston.

Businesses and vendors who sell items related to gardening, horticulture and the outdoors, including nurseries, landscapers, garden artists, builders, and others which enhance beauty in the garden, are encouraged to apply.

“Expert gardeners and those with a novice green thumb come from across Niagara County, Western New York, and Southern Ontario, to gain ideas for beautifying their outdoor spaces at the Lewiston GardenFest,” said Sharon Low, vendor chair and president of the Lewiston Garden Club. “Over the past several years we’ve welcomed vendors from across the country and encourage anyone who sells garden or outdoor-related items to apply for our 2013 event.”

Vendors who are interested in participating are encouraged to call Sharon Low at 297-5925 or visit by May 1 for an application. The application fee varies from $125 - $225 based on the size of the vendor display.

In addition to shopping opportunities, the Lewiston GardenFest also features open gardens of local Lewiston residents, speakers, master gardeners, and representatives from floral societies to answer questions. For more information, visit

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