After being closed for a year, the Charleston City Night Market ready to reopen again

Charleston, South Carolina – The pandemic took place much longer than everyone of us could ever expected and many things have changed.

Charleston City Night Market is one of those things that has been closed for a year now. However, now everything is ready and night vendors are ready to reopen today, March 26th.

The familiar event, as usual, will be held all the way from Church Street to East Bay Street. The event is designed for small vendors.

The Charleston City Market Manager, Karen Williams, says that there are more than 400,000 small business in South Carolina despite being heavily affected by the pandemic.

The night market is not only helping the vendors that will offer their products, but also surrounding businesses.

Because of the Covid-19, the number of vendors will be limited to only 80 out of 150.

Vendors will have things like handmade jewelry, paintings, handmade koozies, wooden bowls, food and so much more.

Masks are required for all visitors. The night market will run from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Friday’s and Saturday’s.

Cindy Carey

Publisher

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