Bennett Candle Company in with Niko: Cate & daughter Jaylah
Bennett Candle Company's mission is to give back to local communities and children in-need while striving for unity and togetherness. For every candle we sell, we donate 10% to local children's charities. With every candle we make we are promoting the American economy by supporting local farmers, American businesses, and local retailers and manufacturers.

Created by our 10-year old daughter, Jaylah, Bennett Candle Company offers high-quality candles handcrafted in a small Southern California town. The Bennett Family personally selects only the finest ingredients and materials to make each candle unique and personal. From the wax, to the glass, to the scents and even the labeling, all of our materials are organic and American-made.

The continued support of our friends, family, community, and local businesses provides all the more motivation to continue manufacturing an excellent product for your use and enjoyment. Giving to children is a passion of ours that has led us to donating 10% of our profits to children in-need. We believe, through our passionate efforts and our relationships within the local communities, that creating a better world for future generations can happen, one community, and candle, at a time.

Each candle we pour is made with renewable resources. Bennett Candle Company utilizes soy wax, biodegradable cotton wicks, American-made and recyclable glass (read below about our recycling program!), natural, essential fragrance oils, and recycled paper labels and soy-based ink. Our candles are long-lasting and clean-burning. We source all of our materials from local retailers, farmers, and small "green" manufacturers.

We recently began a recycling program with local business, Vasa, located in downtown Redlands. When you are finished burning your candle, you can take your used candle jar and drop it off at their location where we will retrieve it, clean it, and reuse it for another candle.


MARKET NIGHT: Every Thursday night 6-9pm

Redlands Theatre Festival: The Underpants
Dusseldorf, 1910. A very public wardrobe malfunction becomes the talk of the town in Steve Martin’s (yes, that Steve Martin!) ribald take on this uproarious German farce. (Yes, there is such a thing.) Chock-full of sexual innuendo and verbal jousting, The Underpants sends up the absurdity of instant fame. Das ist funny! Some mature themes.
General Tickets - $20.00, Curtain is 8:30 Nightly

Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival: Friday July 18. O Sole Trio . Italian American classics made popular throughout the decades by singers like Sinatra, Caruso, Louis Prima, Connie Francis & Andrea Bocelli.

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