Saturday, September 01, 2007

Hartville MarketPlace And Flea Market

I will be selling some junk stuff at the Hartville Flea Market this Monday, September 3rd. I'm bringing tons of books, videos, comic books, trading cards, games, puzzles and whatever else I can find. If you're not doing anything on Monday, stop by and say hello. The flea market is HUGE. Located in Hartville, Ohio, it is approximately 1 hour South of Cleveland, 20 minutes South of Akron, and 20 minutes North of Canton. Click on the link above to get full directions.

Here's a description from their website --

"The Hartville MarketPlace is a 100,000-square-foot two-story building which houses more than 110 individually-owned shops. You can shop comfortably year-round because of the heating and air conditioning systems. You can find an array of items ranging from fresh meat, cheese and produce to t-shirts, books, furniture, candles, floral arrangements, hand-crafted jewelry and much more. There are even sports cards stores and a toy store for the kids. There is something here for all ages!

You can also enjoy a meal or snack at Sarah's Grille. They serve an array of items such as pancakes, biscuits and gravy, Hartville Kitchen soup, hand-rolled pretzels, hot dogs, burgers, ice cream and more. Sarah's Grille opens at 7 a.m. every Market day.

The Hartville Flea Market is the outdoor market behind the MarketPlace building, which contains 200 covered pavilion vendor spaces and 800 blacktop vendor spaces. The busiest time for the Flea Market is May through October, but you can find bargains there all year.

The new Flea Market is on more than 20 acres of blacktop, which makes for easier walking. The pavilion has a roof over head, so you can shop for bargains even in the rain. It has become one of Ohio's largest flea markets and an antique collector's paradise.

Our 68th Annual Labor Day Weekend Flea Market Special will be held on Saturday, Sept. 1 and Monday, Sept. 3 (CLOSED SUNDAY). This is usually one of our biggest weekends of the year, with hundreds of outdoor vendors and thousands of shoppers. For the best time to shop, arrive around 7 a.m. Just keep an eye on the weather! If it is nice both days, Monday will be the bigger day."


After you're done shopping, you can eat at The Hartville Kitchen --

"The Hartville Kitchen provides the best in homestyle cooking. We use only the finest ingredients. Real mashed potatoes, fresh chicken and beef, delicious vegetables, homemade dinner rolls and a selection of twenty-one pies for dessert make us a very popular destination in this area!

Step through the distinctive doorway and experience the charm of our unique restaurant. From the cordial greeting of our hostesses to our staff of friendly waitresses, everyone will make your dining experience both enjoyable and memorable. Enjoy large portions of delicious food served in our spacious 440-seat dining room..."

2 comments:

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