Thursday, November 19, 2020

Vendors in the City Garden during Pandemic

Fig 01- One of vendors in the garden

After long restrictions, we saw first time some vendors in our city garden during Covid 19 pandemic couple days ago.


Two of vendors are:

- finger licking

- a vendor sells many thing from Jambalaya to soft drinks.


Our city “recreation and park commission” provides opportunity for small business such as vendors to sell their products in special events or festival.


The “special events” or festival could be:

- bonsai show by bonsai society

- festivals (foods and drinks, music, holiday)

- art exhibits

- concert series

- craft and antique shows 


Fig 02- Street outside city garden

From city website, it is said that vendor candidates must file application with “a non-refundable US$10 application fee:”

- submitted 30 day before events or festivals

- processing time is 15 days


Fig 03- A vendor who sell dishes and soft drinks.

We came to the garden to see bonsai and flower shows, around 10 AM, quite early. Not many vendors coming yet.

It is glad to see life is coming back, even though very slow. Hope, vaccine will speed up the normality. Sooner than later.

26 comments:

  1. Vendors are really nice with their differents carts and what they sell. There are encouraging news about the vaccine. Fingers crossed! ☘️

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  2. ...selling outside is the way to do it.

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  3. Such events as you describe and the vendors give a community life. We are missing our usual vibrancy. Maybe by next summer...

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      Vendors in the City Garden during Pandemic
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      Fig 01- One of vendors in the garden

      After long restrictions, we saw first time some vendors in our city garden during Covid 19 pandemic couple days ago.

      Two of vendors are:
      - finger licking
      - a vendor sells many thing from Jambalaya to soft drinks.

      Our city “recreation and park commission” provides opportunity for small business such as vendors to sell their products in special events or festival.

      The “special events” or festival could be:
      - bonsai show by bonsai society
      - festivals (foods and drinks, music, holiday)
      - art exhibits
      - concert series
      - craft and antique shows

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  4. Tanza, We do miss our cart and truck rolling vendors! They offer so much variety to our food choices. Hopefully we'll return to some form of normal in the not too distant future. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. Thanks-
      Vendors in the City Garden during Pandemic
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      Fig 02- Street outside city garden

      From city website, it is said that vendor candidates must file application with “a non-refundable US$10 application fee:”
      - submitted 30 day before events or festivals
      - processing time is 15 days

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  6. We haven't had a vendor since the summer. Only essentail businesses can operate during our restriction time. Two more weeks and we see if they change our level. We are at level 5 the highest right now.

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  7. Yum! During our farmer's market, people could still get the prize winning kettle corn! Always a treat! Our local foodtruck is still doing business which is great. We do our best to support him and his family. But many places are only doing takeout these days.

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  8. Always up for BBQ! Great to support local food! Our Hawaiian Philopino place is one of my favorites! Great noodles and always great to see the owner's son smoking a pig out front during the summer.

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  9. Lately we have seen an increase in street vendors due to pandemic.

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    1. Thanks-
      Vendors in the City Garden during Pandemic
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      Fig 03- A vendor who sell dishes and soft drinks.
      We came to the garden to see bonsai and flower shows, around 10 AM, quite early. Not many vendors coming yet.

      It is glad to see life is coming back, even though very slow. Hope, vaccine will speed up the normality. Sooner than later.

      Delete
  10. Es bueno que la vida se esté normalizando. No aquí por ahora. Estamos con muchos brotes de covid y hay muchos negocios cerrados. Nos reunirnos muy poco con la familia y menos con los amigos. Si podemos salir a pasear. Esperemos que todo vaya pronto mejor.
    Buen fin de semana. Cuídate.
    Un abrazo.

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  11. Very interesting informations:) have a nice sunday:)

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    1. Thanks-
      Vendors in the City Garden during Pandemic
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      Fig 01- One of vendors in the garden

      After long restrictions, we saw first time some vendors in our city garden during Covid 19 pandemic couple days ago.

      Two of vendors are:
      - finger licking
      - a vendor sells many thing from Jambalaya to soft drinks.

      Our city “recreation and park commission” provides opportunity for small business such as vendors to sell their products in special events or festival.

      The “special events” or festival could be:
      - bonsai show by bonsai society
      - festivals (foods and drinks, music, holiday)
      - art exhibits
      - concert series
      - craft and antique shows

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  12. I am following your blog please click advertisement on my blog please

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  13. Always great to eat outdoors! And local BBQ is the best!

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  14. I sure hope normal life will come back!

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    1. Thanks-
      Vendors in the City Garden during Pandemic
      -
      Fig 02- Street outside city garden

      From city website, it is said that vendor candidates must file application with “a non-refundable US$10 application fee:”
      - submitted 30 day before events or festivals
      - processing time is 15 days

      Delete
  15. BBQ sounds great. I miss going to restaurants and Ohio has a lot of Covid cases lately. Sorry to have dropped off the web for a while, but I enjoyed going through your posts. Keep at it!

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    1. Thanks-
      Vendors in the City Garden during Pandemic
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      Fig 03- A vendor who sell dishes and soft drinks.
      We came to the garden to see bonsai and flower shows, around 10 AM, quite early. Not many vendors coming yet.

      It is glad to see life is coming back, even though very slow. Hope, vaccine will speed up the normality. Sooner than later.

      Delete

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