The Vintage Market at the Park-Spring 2017-Greer City Park, SC
The Vintage Market at the Park is in its' 7th year. As an outdoor event, vendors set up rain or shine. Since 2013, the market has been held at the beautiful Greer City Park, SC. Once you enter, the sidewalk is lined on both sides with 75+ vendors offering an array of vintage, antique, and handmade items.
RetroReclaimations.com booth was 12B located in the 6th spot on the right hand side. The first image below is the entrance and the second was taken from outside our booth with my back to the entrance.
This market drew approximately 4,500-5,000 people from across the region! If you shy away from large crowds, there is no need to worry, there was plenty of space to walk and browse. The set up allowed ample room for visitors to enjoy their visit.
Unfortunately, I did not have time to walk the event. I did visit (and shop) two booths close to mine.
- Down South Vintage - surprise, surprise I purchased Pyrex from them. I just couldn't resist! They had a beautiful condition, Midnight Blossom 043 casserole.
- Spiritual Gems Jewelry - I always seek out handmade jewelry, especially bracelets, at Pop Up events. I purchased a lovely leather and copper bracelet that I have yet to take off!
The following images are from RetroReclaimations.com booth and shots taken of various vendor booths at The Vintage Market at the Park.
The Vintage Market at the Park was a wonderful event that has a place in my top 5. The organizers are nice, helpful, responsive, and incredibly skilled. Their were NO hiccups the entire day and that is exactly the type of event I love to visit.
RetroReclaimations.com has already been invited and accepted to attend the next event.
For more information about the Vintage Market at the Park visit their website.
The next market will be in a NEW location in...
"the City of Travelers Rest at...Trailblazer Park. Traveler's Rest was recently voted into the top 5 small US towns to live in"
on 28 April 2018. This will be the first event as The Vintage Market at the Park transitions from bi-annual to annual.
Image-Trailblazer Park-Travelers Rest, SC
- Jennifer Benson