In and out at the Friday market
Lupe “Smokey” Baltierra brought fresh fruit and vegetables from South Florida to the Jacksonville Landing Market Friday. He’s a fourth generation vegetable vendor.
Doreen Cutaia brings her Joelle Candle business to the market every Friday. She said she is soon moving into a permanent store location in the Landing near Nine West Outlet and the Adrian Pickett Gallery.
Ala-Dys Bowtique owner Gladys Lopez makes bows, headbands and other handmade accessories.
Harlan Griffin makes his “Top Hat” kettle corn and boils peanuts at the market.
Melissa Cenizal makes personalized hand-stamped jewelry from aluminum, copper and brass. Cenizal said she also sets up her bench Saturdays at the Riverside Arts Market.
Now that spring has sprung, the Jacksonville Landing Market has vendor booths and tables both inside and outside.

The market is open 10 a.m.-2 p.m. every Friday, rain or shine.

Here’s a look at some of the vendors and artisans who brought their wares Downtown last week.



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