THE NEW 3RD SATURDAY MARKET BAZAAR

January 20:  It's a Love-a-Fair this month at the, Arthur 3rd Saturday Bazaar 9am to 4pm,  Looking for a gift for that special someone stop by to shop with over 30+ Craft and Vendors. Something for everyone!! Please come join us for our Love-a-Fair Bazaar. Come spend the day in Arthur. Stop by the Arthur 3rd Saturday Bazaar on every third Saturday of the month. We are located in the Merchant building at the Moultrie-Douglas County Fairgrounds. The entrance to the Fairgrounds is South of the corner of RT 133 and Vine St. Follow the road into the Fairgrounds to the Merchant Building. (behind the High School at Jurgens Park) There is off street parking available on the Fairgrounds, This is an indoor (heated building) market filled with creative homemade crafts, woodworking, collectables, direct sales companies, bake goods and unique finds and so much more. I think you will be very pleased with the fantastic line-up of vendors!!!! You will find something new every month!! After shopping the market, you may also want to check out all the different businesses in town. Follow us on Facebook at 3rd saturday market bazaar. For more information or vendor inquiry Contact: Dawn Verci (309)253-6245

 Future Dates for 2018: February 17th, March 17th, April 21st, May 19th, June 16th, August 18th September 15th October 20th, November 17th, and December 16th.

Schedules

  • Occurred Saturday, January 20th, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Venue

Moultrie-Douglas County Fairground

10 East State Route 133
Arthur, IL 61911

Contact

Dawn Verci

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