Round Lake Winery to host Spring Market Craft & Vendor Show

Spring has sprung and the people at Round Lake Vineyards & Winery have a way to help you jump into the season.

They will be hosting a Spring Market: Craft & Vendor Show from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, April 18, in their event space called The Cellar.

They are inviting people to shake off the winter blues and put some spring in their step.

“Minnesota has been closed down for so long and so much and we are finding that people are just wanting to get out,” said Scott Ellenbecker, who co-owns Round Lake Vineyards & Winery. “We are hoping for a beautiful day so people can enjoy the show and enjoy some time outside at the winery, but with April you never know.”

The vendor show will take place indoors and will feature 24 vendors so there will still be plenty of space to social distance.

“We are going to have 24 vendors which is less than we’ve had in the past, but some vendors are going to take up more space, but there is going to be a lot of space for people to spread out,” Ellenbecker said.

There will be a wide variety of vendors at the show so there will more than likely be something for everyone.

“There will be things for the kitchen from things for the spice cabinet to the gadgets. There will be clothes for babies and ladies fashion — a number of vendors selling those things,” Ellenbecker said. “There will be some corporate vendors and some people selling more handmade arts and crafts. Also, Bill Brandt from Brandt Gardens and Greenhouse will be here with some fun springtime stuff.”

In addition to shopping you can also treat your taste buds.

“People can come in and have a glass of wine or a mimosa,” Ellenbecker said. “We will also have food. Our kitchen is going through a remodel, but we have our food trailer out and we’re cooking in it again.”

In addition to hoping people have a great time at the event, Ellenbecker is just excited to be having people out to the vineyard again.

“I’m just looking forward to seeing people again. It’s been a difficult year and we are starting to see more people coming out on the weekends and it’s great that we have a place for people to go,” Ellenbecker said. “People are just starting to get out and this event is a fun thing to do in the spring to get people back out.”