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We will be hitting the road next month, heading over to The Market Beautiful in Laurel, Mississippi.  It is organized and brought to us by Jana and Vanessa of The Vintage Whites Market. And, guess what?  Ben and Erin from HGTV's Home Town will be special guests!!!  It's an event you don't want to miss!

And, I've just added another event to the 2017 lineup-The Peach Tree Vintage Market in Clanton, AL.  This indoor market will be held in the heart of old town Clanton in a beautiful venue with exposed brick walls!  This one is organized by Elizabeth Ann's and Micah's Treasures.  


Mark your calendars now-October 20 & 21.  


Click on "Applications" at the top of this page to take you to the links to the forms.

Vendors accepted in the following categories:  Antiques, Vintage & Vintage Inspired, Art, Fine Crafts, "Made in Alabama" Specialty Products, Farm Products, Clothing Boutiques, and Food. Registration deadline is September 22, but if you wish to participate, I will suggest that you get registered early, as we filled all spaces weeks before the deadline for Spring Market 2017.


Spring Market 2017 was a great success!  I had lots of help this time, so I actually had a little time to walk around, visit, shop a little, and enjoy it myself! 

I even had time to get in a picture with our special guests!  Robert (Bob) Perino, Southern Living's Creative Director, and Buffy Hargett, the Sr. Photo Stylist, were here y'all, and we had so much fun!  They brought lots of smiles, magazines, 50th Anniversary book giveaways, and creativity with them.  

They posed for lots of pictures and signed autographs. 

Buffy and Phyllis (Buffy's sister who lives nearby) shared tips on how to use vintage objects in the home in unexpected ways.

(To read more about the Southern Living and the event, please check out my blog periodically...I'll be posting soon!)

If you're reading this Bob, Buffy and Phyllis, I really enjoyed having you all here with us and it's much appreciated!  You are all welcome to visit anytime!

We also had the BEST lineup of vendors, and such a wide variety of high-quality goods.  Many of the same vendors have already told me that they plan to be back in the fall, and that's always a good thing!  

(To see pictures of some of the goods that were available, please check out the "Gallery" for Spring Market 2017.  I hope to have them all up soon!)

We loved our entertainment by Gene Lane who was set up on the porch of the new cabin with his guitar...people LOVED him and want to see him back again, so guess what? We've booked him again for Fall Market 2017!  People are asking for lots of tables and chairs to be set up so that they can spend the day, just enjoying the atmosphere and music.  We can do that.  Thank you all to our amazing vendors, and all who came out to see us "Down in the Delta."


A portion of admission ticket sales proceeds is always donated to the Gregory Fleming James Cystic Fibrosis Research Center at UAB School of Medicine.  This is a cause that is very near to our hearts, as we have two nieces and a nephew who suffer from the disease. Although major strides have been made in the treatment of cf in recent years, we are still hoping for the cure.  To see more about the work that is being accomplished at the research center, please follow this link: https://www.uab.edu/medicine/cysticfibrosis/

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