Interested on becoming a vendor at the Open Air Market in Stockbridge? Click on the link below to find out more about being a vendor and what it’s all about. You can also use the link to fill out a vendor form.
The Open Air Market is excited to have some new merchandise!
Each Backpack/Tote bag is embroidered with the market logo by Marcy Tracy. The bag measures 17″ wide by 16″ tall with a gusset bottom. The bag is waterproof and has plenty of pouches for water bottles, wallets, etc…
Each backpack/tote bag is $20. Come visit Suzi if you want to buy one!
We will be in the First Presbyterian Church CE Building, 101 S. Center in Stockbridge
11 am to 3 pm on Saturdays
January 13, February 10, March 10 and April 7.
Vendors will include Honey, Baskets, Bread and Baked Goods, Chocolates, Homemade Soaps and Candles, Art and Woodworking, Hot Sauces and Relishes, Lake Divide Farm and more.
Presbyterian Women’s Soup, Salad and Sandwich Luncheon will be served during the market. Local Musicians from Noon to 2 p.m.
For more info, call Suzi 517-851-7437
The Open Air Market of Stockbridge Begins its 7th Season, Friday May 5, 2017
We’re at the Township Square from 4 to 7 pm. Market Music playing from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Our regular vendors are returning with flowers, plants, vegetables and fruit, spring greens, honey, bread, baked goods, soap & candles, & artisan crafts.We have several new vendors joining us this year, including Michigan Farm to Family, to expand your selection even more.
Market Music line up for May is:
- 5/ 5: Greg Z
- 5/12: Josh Silas
- 5/19: Larry Guenther
- 5/26: Gary Allen
Our 3rd Annual Community Garage Sale is May 19 from 11 am to 7 pm. Everyone is welcome to join us as a vendor that day. For more information or to become a vendor, call Suzi 517-851-7437.
Open Air Market of Stockbridge Welcomes You To The 6th Annual Small Business Saturday
November 26, 2016
11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church Christian Education Building
101 South Center, Stockbridge, Michigan
Vendors specializing in Homemade Soaps, Knitted Items, Baskets, Honey & Jams, Eggs, Baked Goods, Chocolates and Gift Baskets, Bread, Scottish Shortbread and Pies, Candles, Realistic Art
PW Luncheon from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Soup Menu: Chicken Noodle, Cheese Broccoli,
Chili, Chicken Tortilla, Vegetable Beef
Sandwich Menu: Chicken, Ham, Egg, or Tuna Salad, PB&J
$5 Luncheon Special Select Choice of 2
Soup, Tossed Salad or Sandwich; Cookie and Drink
For more info on this Holiday Sale, call Suzi 517-851-7437
All Proceeds from Luncheon support the Presbyterian Women Mission Projects
The Open Air Market of Stockbridge would like to thank from the bottom of our bushel baskets everyone who helped make 2016 such a successful 6th year of our local market. To: Paul Risner and Stockbridge Township for the use of the Town Square, Stockbridge Downtown Development Authority for their part sponsorship, and SAESA for the use of storage space in the ambulance bay. We could not do this without all of you. We appreciate our Board of Directors Campbell and Frances Laird, Janine Falk, Norma Beemer, Jo Mayer and Alicia Sutfin, our accountant Erika Mierzwa and our Market Manager Suzi Greenway.
Our “Friends of the Market” who help with signs or assistance during the market are Ron Hodder, Dave & Cinnie Avery, Mary & Jeff Caskey, Chuck & Joan Bumpus, Greg Uihlein, Mary & Dan Wilson, Richard Mullins and the best worker of all, LUCAS. We thank 5 Healthy Towns Foundation, Main Street Printing, Wild Sanitation, Teresa Miller and Agile T Marketing, Jo Mayer and Stockbridge Community Education, Stockbridge Community Outreach for the Market Bucks program, Paul Crandall and CADL for the fabulous Market Music and First Presbyterian Church of Stockbridge for our winter markets.
With the utmost gratitude, we thank and appreciate our wonderful vendors of this season: Austin Family Fear Not Farm, John & Norma Beemer of Farm Ventures, Bellairs Fiber Farm, Denise Braybrooke with Samuel’s Soaps and Candles, Corrine Carpenter of Break o’ Day Farm, Lew’s Farm Market, Esther Kapp Bakery, Harold Kemler and Son in Law Products, Suzi Greenway with Breadzilla breads & pies and Souper Suzi, Armory Bike Union in Jackson, Great Lakes Baker Joey Lentine, baskets and baked goods by Kathleen & Angela Mullins, Wade & Jill with Pregitzer Farms, Acrylic Artist Fred Randall, Carrie Schotte of Freedom Farm. We owe so very much to Wendy & Bob of the Sun Times News, the original and continuing sponsors of the Open Air Market of Stockbridge. See you all at our winter markets and the 2017 season.
Adiska Family Dental! Located at 100 W Main St in beautiful downtown Stockbridge, they are a family owned and operated practice that values patient relationships, providing gentle, compassionate dental care. They have modern equipment you would expect from a big city dentist, with personalized care and convenience of your hometown. Stop by their table and register for the raffle for a free teeth whitening and they have some cup cozies to give away.
At Adiska Family Dental, we specialize in improving smiles!
It is harvest time extraordinaire CORN, TOMATOES, BEANS, SQUASH, and POTATOES, and so, so, much more. Local fruit is in season also. Come down to the Town Square and get the best that you can buy from local farmers. We have honey, bread, baked goods, and whimsical soaps and candles. Eggs to put in lovely baskets too!
Middle School Volleyball Team is doing a can drive. Bring your stash this Friday and help our teams.
Extra Market Music is provided by Kelly Schmidt and Larry Parker from 5:30 to 7. THIS is where you want to be this Friday.
More info: Suzi 517-851-7437
Your BBQ is complete with LOCAL GROWN CORN, TOMATOES, SQUASH and so much MORE! Our produce is totally fresh and absolutely tasty. Finish your shopping with honey, bread, pies, baked goods, and put them all in a handmade basket. Wash up with beautiful soap sold here.
Business of the Week is Stockbridge Diner, featuring mouthwatering burgers, daily specials and the best breakfast in town.
Start collecting cans to bring Sept 9 for the Middle School Volleyball Team’s fundraiser. Want more info, call Suzi 517-851-7437.