Loveland, Oh. - The Jackson Street Market is the new
permanent location for the community,
meant to host all kinds of events.
Anything from selling produce and local
goods on Saturday mornings, to a Fall
Festival in October, as well as
Christmas in Loveland.
Kees Henskens said, "We encourage members of the community to rent a booth if the goods and services they are selling would help make an upcoming event even better." Henskens has volunteered to help the Loveland/Symmes Fire Fighters Association promote the market space. It is next door to their, "Brown Building" in Historic Downtown Loveland; between the building and the Loveland Bike Trail. To the left is the historic train station where Bob Roncker's Running Spot is located. The four-sided town clock and Paxton's Grill are directly across West Loveland Avenue.
Henskens said, "As of now, the booths will not cost anything because we want to get as many people to take part in events as possible. "As the events gain popularity, will begin to charge by the booth, per day. "We will offer a reduced rate for multiple booths that are rented."
The market is a series of booths covered with brightly colored tent canvass. The long concrete pad has electrical hook-ups for each space. The market was designed by Kees' grandfather, Loveland artist David Camele.
Henskens will be in charge of getting people signed up for booths, and they should feel free to contact him with any questions regarding pricing, event details, etc.