So last weekend was Fall Junk Market 2016. It was the 10th Junk Market we have held and like all the rest it was full of the greatest junk (not really junk) and the greatest attendees you ever did see.
This event is close to my heart. A few weeks ago I shared the story here on how (and why) we started it. I still feel the same about it today as I did back then. I love producing this event and look forward to adding new and fun features every time.
This event we introduced Camp Bosak. It was a hit with the kiddos and we are thrilled! Check out some of the fun photos of all the little ones.
The big kids had fun too. There was plenty of shopping, workshops, bloody mary bars, coffee bars and fun to go around to keep them entertained too. Check out some of the fun we had.
Thank you to the White House Co. girls for providing this lovely couch and photo area. They also decorated a ledge in the arena with vintage couches and chairs. Check them out if you are looking for vintage rentals and watch for their new store opening soon.
All these smiling faces were having fun because the selection of unique items was everywhere. From old lockers, to rusty tractor rims, to pumpkins, to jewelry and clothing to handmade soap. Junk Market offered something for everyone. Take a look at some of the fun “junk” that was for sale.
But don’t worry the fun doesn’t stop here.
Join us next year for another season of Junk Markets, where we are moving the event to a Saturday / Sunday show.
Join us May 6th & 7th and again September 16th and 17th at the Scheels Arena for more Junking Fun!