The Downtown Partnership brings the store to the street with the 2-day sidewalk sales event.
Annual Sidewalk Sales
Friday, August 4 • 9 AM-10 PM
Saturday, August 5 • 9 AM-3 PM
Center St. & Merchants Row
The end of July and start of August has marked the Annual Sidewalk Sales for years. This 2-day open-air market spans from lower Center Street around the corner to Merchants Row, drawing out sale tents and outdoor dining from businesses along the way. Enjoy a variety of family entertainment, kids’ activities and more. Local artists, crafters, food vendors and live music from area musicians throughout the day make this a fun event for all.
Shops & Vendors include: 101 The One, Avon, Boys & Girls Club, Café del Craft, Camille’s Clothing, Casella Cares, Catamount Radio, Clay’s, Christini ‘N Me Antiques, Community College of Vermont, Diamonds and More, Freeman Jewelers, Frogs and Lily Pads, Fruition Fineries, Graphic Edge, Home Alternatives, Lilla Rose Hair Accessories, LuLaRoe, Michael’s Toys, McNeil & Reedy, NeighborWorks of Western Vermont, Operation Lifesaver, Phoenix Books, Pyramid Holistic Wellness Center, Raw Honey Apparel, Same Sun of Vermont, Slithy Toves Emporium, SunCommon, The Bookmobile, Vermont Alzheimers Association, Vibe Portrait Art, Wesley’s Cornhole Supplies and more!
*** Featuring a FREE CONCERT on Friday! • Opener 7 PM, Headliner 8:15 PM***
Ken Block and Drew Copeland
with opener George Nostrand at 7 PM
Ken Block and Drew Copeland, best known as two of the five members of the platinum-selling southern rock band Sister Hazel, will bring their wildly successful tunes to select cities for intimate, “miss it and miss out” acoustic shows, reminiscent of their earlier performance days when they canvassed the club and coffee shop circuit as a duo from Gainesville, Florida. As two of our generations’ most engaging and prolific songwriters, “The Ken and Drew Show” will take fans through intimate acoustic performances of Sister Hazel favorites, a few “B sides” and deep cuts, and new material that writers have called “some of the freshest new music to come out of Music City”. No evening with Ken and Drew would be complete with out lots of laughs and some crafty storytelling, all delivered using with their well-known wit. These shows are truly “miss it and miss out”.
The family can enjoy a variety of activities with Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum and Rutland Recreation plus face painting with Charming Cheeks.
*NOTE: Come Alive Outside’s Green Street Challenge has been cancelled due to weather.
Brix Wine Bar, Depot Cafe, Kelvans, Little Harry’s, Speakeasy Cafe, Roots, Table 24, Tokyo House, The Bakery, The Palms and the farmers market on Saturday in Depot Park.
PARKING available in the LAZ Parking garage accessible from Wales St. and West St.
NOTE: Center St. (from Wales to Merchants) and Merchants Row (from Washington to West St.) will close for the event at 7:30 AM on Friday, August 4 and reopen following the event at 3 PM on Saturday.