Spring is in the air, and no place in central Arkansas will announce this louder than the upcoming spring Vintage Market Days event.

 

This upscale shopping event is set for Little Rock on March 3 – 5. Immerse yourself in a sea of antiques, upcycled finds, art, jewelry, home decor, boutique-style clothing, gardening inspiration, spring decor, gourmet foods and so much more. Come check out the great vendors – from near and far. 

 

From gold vintage picture frames to hand-carved bread bowls to hand-dipped caramel apples, you will find so many things you never knew you needed in your life. You will enjoy browsing the day away with friends in this large upscale market. 

 

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Vendors with handmade art – such as clay earrings and beaded necklaces – and air succulents offer the perfect gifts for those special people in your life. 

 

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The Vintage Market Days event comes to the Little Rock area twice a year – with a spring event and a fall event. Founded in 2012, the Little Rock operation of this franchised event is organized and operated by local mom and daughter duo, Tammy and Megan. 

 

According to Tammy and Megan, the 2023 spring event will host 95 vendors. This year, there will be more outdoor vendors than in the past. Many of the vendors travel from other states to set up at the Little Rock Vintage Market. For example, Perspective, a new vendor for the event, will be coming from New Mexico. 

 

The whole event has a vibe all its own. People show up with small wagons and small carts to wheel away with their unique finds. Friends plan weeks ahead to attend together. 

 

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Outside, you will find food trucks offering a variety of delicious lunch and snack options. And you can also find more shopping!

 

Past years have featured a variety of vendors sure to appeal to all ranges of shoppers. One booth, operated by a United States veteran and his wife, offered custom art featuring the United States flag. Another booth, run by a couple from Oklahoma, offered handmade metal and stone jewelry. Craftsman kitchen islands and tables were proudly displayed by another vendor. Definitely, there is something for everyone. 

 

And if you are hoping for a new door hanger, spring flower pot or cute sign for your spring porch, there is no shortage at Vintage Market Days. The big question will be how can you choose just one! 

 

To see more tips and insight, see this Vintage Market Days post from Planted in Arkansas

 

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