Spring Sweet South French Country Flea Market

Quite the mouthful for a name, right? Twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall, local artists, crafters and antique sellers get together on the edge of town and have a fantastic market. My first trip was a couple of years ago, but as soon as I stepped amongst the tents, I knew that I needed to make sure I at least made it an annual tradition.

There is always so much to see! In the past, there have been booths hosted by my favorite tea shop here in town, the woman who teaches the expressive painting class I take occasionally, and the soap artisan that I see at the Saturday morning Market Square Farmers Market. This spring there weren’t any familiar faces, but there were plenty of interesting artists and vendors.

This year I walked away with two elaborate antique frames and a landscape painting. I was lucky enough to get to share the spring market with the childhood bestie who was in town for my birthday. If you are interested in making it to the fall market, you can watch this website for scheduling and vendor information. Who knows, you might even bump into me.

About Julie

My name is Julieanna Bucior, but I go by Julie (unless I'm in trouble). I'm thirty one. I am a bookkeeper by day, rogue fashion designer/crafter/amateur baker by night. I spend most of my time feeling like a kindergartner trapped inside an adult's body. I love reading, hanging out with my crazy cats and being silly. I'm pretty much the girl next door, with a twist.