Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The Vintage Whites Market: Montana Summer 2013

It's that time again! Time for our summer markets, nestled right in the heart of the Flathead Valley in downtown Somers! We're right on the shore of Flathead Lake!

This year, we've got the best vendors from Montana, Idaho, Utah, and Washington joining us! We'll be highlighting them up until July on the blog, so stay tuned!

We wanted to take a minute and thank Marianne Wiest Photography and The Shops at Station 8 for providing us with our wonderful promo card! We styled this shoot inside of the amazing Station 8 antique store in Columbia Falls, Montana, and Marianne took all the shots! We love how it turned out. You've just GOT to go up to Station 8 when you're shopping our market this summer! Colette has a wonderful inspirational space that is filled with vintage treasures at great prices!



Our first market this summer is on July 6th from 10-4! We'll have all of our great vendors, great food, great music by Shayla, and we usually have one or two surprises up our sleeve that you'll just have to be there to find out about!

We will also have a FULL inventory of vintage furniture and architectural salvage from the historic Rainbow Hotel in Shelby, Montana for you to shop....I can't wait to see what they bring!

As usual, we will also have PRIZES for the first 10 people in line!




Our second market will be on August 31st, same time...same place! You can keep up with all of our market information (and let us know that you're coming) by joining us on Facebook or on our website! We try to hold a lot of free admission contests as well, so you don't want to miss out on those! 

QUESTION FOR OUR SHOPPERS: If we could do anything, what would you LOVE to see us bring to our summer markets? 


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2 comments:

  1. a petting zoo for the kids! or better yet...pony rides!

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  2. Love Marianne's suggestion! A DIY section could be fun...maybe where you have a 30-minute class on reupholstering or a quick 10-minute furniture painting how-to. Could be really fun! :)

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