With so many art festivals and summer markets cancelled this year, we’ve added another to help our vendors! Won’t you come and support our vintage and handmade vendors – shop local and shop handmade and vintage! You’ll find the vendor list below. We do require a face covering to be worn on our property and our shoppers and vendors are quite happy with the safety requirements we have applied and the comfortable environment created. Feeling a little stressed lately? Join us at 9:30 for a casual, distanced, Yoga at the farm with Pam Burda.
We are an upscale market, now with booths spaced apart, featuring handmade, repurposed and vintage, high quality items from dedicated artists, crafts people and collectors, all wearing face coverings and excited for our market season! There’s one market remaining for the season on September 5, from 10-4.
Our market will look a lot different this year! Watch our video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=My1QXm74OAM
We have our vendors 8 – 10 feet apart, in the barnyard, in the tree barn, and in the fields, where we are pleased to offer spacious grounds with a beautiful farm setting, for the safety of us all. The Peninsula Police will be monitoring traffic, so our market will not become crowded. We are strictly following all social distancing recommendations and requiring everyone to wear a face covering on our property – as it’s the right thing to do.
If you have a fever or are not feeling well, stay home and this applies to vendors as well as our marvelous shoppers and our staff! We need to ask that you do not touch items that you’re not purchasing – ask the merchant to show it to you instead. You’ll need to wait outside a booth for the space to empty to maintain your 6-foot social distancing rule.
We’ve set up self-serve sanitizing stations in each area, and staff will be sanitizing consistently. If you are immune compromised, please come after 3 pm, as the market is winding down, and if you need something – contact the merchants to pre order! We’ll be posting the list on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/PeninsulaFlea/ and Instagram @peninsulaflea
This is the sixth year for the Peninsula Flea, and our fifth year at Heritage Farms, a 172-year-old 5th generation family owned Christmas Tree farm. You’ll enjoy shopping out under the trees, in the barns and down in the field, with over 65 amazing artists and vintage vendors that vary every month. Sorry, no dogs. This is a rain or shine event, there’s no entry fee to attend and plenty of free parking on site.
Rhona Williams, Annie Becker: Spare pARTs, @annie.becker1 Rusty treasures, cool junk & primitives
Tracy & Jim Swenskie: Treasures By Tracy @tracyreuterswenskie Natural stone jewelry, carved wood
Emily Savioli: Stitches and Stowaways @stitchesstowaways Handmade makeupbags, headwraps,vintage
Jaclyn Spears: JaclynJo’s Bakery @jaclynspears Gourmet butter cookies, brownies, party trays & more
Cody Brooks: Cody’s Sugar Shop @codyssugarshop Beautiful sugar cookies, handpies & treats to delight
JoEllen Coster: Flowers and Frills, Unique planters and yard art to add character to your garden
Carol Roger: Chestnut Hill Pottery @chestnuthillcarol
Michael and Lisa Gaskill: Lily Creek Coffee @lilycreekcoffee Premium quality, roasted to order
Kenny Campbell, Michelle Brazzeal: A Vintage Bee @avintagebee Teacup candles, vintage & refilled
Ben Altemus: Altemus Leatherwork @altemusleatherwork Hand crafted leather goods and accessories
Lucille Legros: Lucy’s Premium Ice Cream & fruit puree sorbet, All natural for taste, purity & quality
Jessica Paris: J Paris Designs @jparisdesigns Made & found décor, reclaimed wood & bright colors
Kurt & Heather Rogers: The Turning Junction One of a kind lathe turned wooden bowls, lamps & gifts
Ann Senn: Senn Sational Designs/Industrial Jewelery @sennsationaldesigns1 Industrial/steampunk style
Ann Marie Raffis: Garden Glass by Ann Repurposed glass from the past to make your garden bloom
Kate Schultz: Kate Schultz-Bakers Rack Sweet & savory breads, mini pies, frosted cookies & cupcakes
Marge Feldman: Charlie’s Gourmet Garlic Farm, Organic sustainable farming, garlic, powders and pestos
Judy Sombati: Red Lady Elegant Design Glass garden flowers and teacup bird feeders
Donna Cody: Loisoleta @loisoleta Exquisite quilts, scarves & throws from Saris amongst market finds
Kathleen and Karl Koppes: Willy Nilly Creations, Wood art that inspires! Birdhouses, signs, sun catchers
Vicki Billow: Victoria Janes, @_victoriajanes Altered clothing, vintage leather goods and antiques
Jeff Miller: Back Step Woodworks, Fabulous selection of boxes, lawn games and children’s furniture
Fawn Fecca: Annie’s Armoire, No-tie pet bandanna’s, collar flowers, snuffle mats & cute catnip toys
Denise Schmolz: Nikki Dee’s Bowtique Children’s aprons, potholders, pillows, bag holders etc.
Jean and Bob Scandlon: Artists, Inspiring small paintings & cards, black & white local photography
Kathy Hauck: Bibs By Viv @bibsbyviv Darling gifts for Mom & baby and custom orders welcome
S Carnicom: Sara C’s Honey Bees, Pure raw local honey, customized license plate signs, cutting boards
Steve McMaster: YiLeih (Erie Décor), Driftwood decor. Driftwood garland. Carved/woodburnt fish
Tim Howard: Hazen and Howard Antiques @hazenandhowardantiques Thoughtfully curated antiques
Greg Bacha: Bacha Woodworking, Wood block signs, front porch signs & handicrafts
Annie Keith: Annie Keith Antiques
Julie Taylor: Madly Bath and Body @madlybathandbody Handcrafted luxury artisan soaps & CBD
Carolyn Birchenall: Fine Art Findings @carolynbirchenall Upcycled & vintage, jewelry, clothes & gifts
UPPER DRIVE/ DOOR YARD
Cheryl Sturgeon: Thimble Fingers, Fabric Creations are excellent gifts, aprons, jewelry rolls, zipper bags
Sheila Davis: Sheila’s Papercrafts @sheilas_papercrafts Realistic paper & fabric flowers
Thomas and Kim Miller: Madeby Miller Craft @spiritrally Painted boxes, signs & pop culture characters
Vickie Novak: Vickie’s Mobile Mania, Delicious Wraps, Grilled Panini’s and much more
Walt Kishton: Kishton’s Handpainted Slates, Hand painted natural slate in all your favorite designs!
Karyn Faranda: Incantations by Karyn – Eclectic Art, Jewelry & Furnishings @karynfaranda
Tom Jacobs: T & T Tables, Live edge wood, attention grabbing pieces, benches, trays & cutting boards
Michelle Santantonio: Lucky Suds LLC @luckysudsllc All natural soaps made the old fashioned way
Non-Profit guests: Ellen and Carl Sobocinski: ASSE USA International Exchange Student Program
Rita Bartram: Oh So Delicious, Sweet spreads and savory dip mixes – ask for a sample!
Tom Karpy: WataTees, Fun and artistic shirts and apparel, printed by hand on a manual silkscreen press
Beth Pamula: Meadow Lane Designs, Hand painted treasures & furniture from the heart of the CVNP
Meredith Mills: Hidden Gem Farm @hiddengemfarm Unique, one of a kind pieces from antiques
Hilda Storer: HStorer Designs @hstorerdesigns Fine silver jewelry, gemstones & freshwater pearls
Kristina Grecco: Black Sheep Potions Soy candles, soap, lotion, body butter, lip balm, scrubs & bombs
Miki Simic: themintneedle @TheMintNeedle If it involves a needle, thread or paint, I’m in! Aprons, Quilts
Jeanine McClure: Handmade by U @mcclurejeanine Handmade paper cards & lanterns, etc
Liz Karaba: Sulit Creations Co @sulit_creations OOAC unique, polymer clay & macramé earrings
Linda Rudy: Moments of Zen, The softest handknit scarves, shawls & bags, live plants w/felted pot covers
Florence Dennison: Artisan Aprons
MG Studio Art by Meg Greenwald @meggreenwaldart Abstract paintings on canvas, mixed media, resin
Join us! Vendors – please find our application on our website – www.heritagefarms.com
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Peninsula Flea at Heritage Farms
6050 Riverview Road, Peninsula, Ohio, 44264 (330) 657-2330