Woodland’s County Fair Fashion Mall willKeep it going! pop-upEvents are held to increase visibility of its storefronts and provide an opportunity for small businesses to get involved. businessesIt just began to grow throughout the pandemic.
“My hope is to bring back the mall to a place where it’s seen as a part of the community and doesn’t just get seen as an eyesore,” Mall Manager Victor Rodriguez said. “A place where the community can be involved and that can provide different types of events throughout the year.”
The first County Fair pop-up willThis Saturday, October 10, 2010 at 10 a.m. to 5 pm at the County Fair Fashion Mall1264 E Gibson Rd. in Woodland.
Rodriguez said local artist Bill Shea willParticipate in the pop-upYou can also have a designated unit in the vicinity of La Kora Taqueria willHe will showcase his art. Shea approached Rodriguez to show his art at the mallWhen he realized that he wouldn’t be able do so at the Yolo, he was devastated. CountyRodriguez cites Fairgrounds as an example.
There are willBe localRodriguez stated that there would be food vendors at the event, including a Georgie Bean Ice Cream van to combat the heat.
Rodriguez, who has lived in Woodland for five-years, said that Woodland is his favorite place to be. mallIn the last four years, there have been a lot more vacant positions. However, the number people starting their own businesses has increased. businessesBecause of the lack of time spent at home during pandemic, things have started to change.
“Turning around this year, a lot more people have been interested in bringing in their boutiques that they started online or other store ideas,”He emphasized. “Hosting these events hopefully brings the community closer to us to start supporting everybody here.”