In its fourth year, the annual State Street Market has become a destination fall tradition
for residents and visitors.

The event, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 5, is planned by the Geneseo
Chamber of Commerce, and includes shopping, food, live music, libations and more.
More than 50 vendors and mobile boutiques will be set up on State Street in the
downtown area featuring vintage, handmade and handpicked goods from the Midwest
area.

The morning begins with a free yoga session at the intersection of State and 1 st Sts.
Elizabeth Round, who serves on the State Street Market Committee, said, “This year
guests can expect to see many past market vendors returning alongside some new names
setting up for their very first market. This is a great day to make Geneseo a shopping and
dining destination.”

Vendors will be showcasing women’s clothing, handcrafted leather boots, hand poured
candles, soaps, furniture, graphic T-shirts, jewelry, wood carved cutting boards and more.
Most events will be at the center of the State Street Market, located at the intersection
of State and 1 st St., including live music on the hayrack stage with recording artist Angela
Meyer performing from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Echo and Ransom on the hayrack stage
from 1 to 4 p.m. A Libation Station will be selling craft brews, cocktails and more at the
intersection.

Food trucks will be available at numerous areas in the downtown.
More information is available at facebook.com/statestreetmarketgeneseo