Randolph Street Market's first day back after the pandemic was a slam dunk. Held for the first time in Three Oaks, Michigan, on Memorial Day Weekend (29/30), RSM founder Sally Schwartz and 40 dealers from across the country welcomed guests back after a long, hard year.
Shuttle buses were flying back and forth and police, with lights flashing, helped direct traffic. It was so good to see this award-winning and much loved market return. Sally welcomed guests who traveled from near and far to peruse the large selection of goods, socialize and enjoy snacks from the Pigs by Pigs food truck stationed on the grounds.
A portion of the ticket sales ($5 for adults with children under 12 free) supported Fernwood Botanical Garden in Niles-Buchanan, Michigan. Fernwood lies on the St. Joseph River on 105 acres of virgin forest, prairie, gardens and walking trails.
The next markets will also be in Three Oaks, 16860 Three Oaks Rd., through Sept. (Market dates are June 19/20; July 3/4; August 7/8 and Sept. 4/5.) www.randolphmarket.com