There are 55 vendors, great food, raffle,and music throughout the two day event. http://www.thesummermarket.com/
Overall, it is vintage paradise! We went on Saturday and unfortunately some vendors had some rain damage from Friday's storms. Saturday everyone struggled with the wind but nevertheless it was well worth it! The Summer Market is very well organized with vintage picture frame chalkboards denoting each vendor.
One of the first vendors I visited was Vintage Novella. She had beautiful displays and some very fun items for sale.
You can visit her at her blog http:// VINTAGENOVELLA.BLOGSPOT.COM
Another creative space was Vintage Songbird which displayed some cool upcycled furniture and awesome crowns hanging from an old metal bottle rack.
One of the most ingenious was Beth who used a converted retro trailer as her "shop". Visitors were swarming around her camper buying very creative jewelry.She can be reached at www.justthataddedtouch.com
or facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Small-Town-Girls/130768723628672
And the last thing I wanted to show you were some favorite button bracelets.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Tomorrow I will post about Antiques In the Alley Festival in Millersburg that will be held this weekend.