Chicago’s Randolph Market is coming to Southwest Michigan’s Harbor Country and teams up with Fernwood Botanical Garden with a great summer event for those who love vintage and antiques, home and fashion design, styles throughout the decades, and collectibles.
This year will mark the eighteen year when the Randolph Street Market kicks off its 2021 summer season in Harbor Country in Three Oaks, Michigan over Memorial Day Weekend. Saturday May 29thand Sunday May 30th, from 10am until 6pm EST.
Whether you’re in the mood to buy or just explore, the curated displays of art and antiques, vintage and Modern treasures, and hand-crafted goods from 40 chosen dealers from Los Angeles, Nashville, Cape Cod, St. Louis, Michigan, Chicago, and Northwest Indiana is sure to delight.
“Our Chicago venue is undergoing renovation. Instead of missing a summer of fun and excitement, we’re taking the show on the road. Three Oaks is a natural — so many of our Randolph regulars have houses in the area plus there’s a huge untapped market in Michiana for a great market event,” said Sally Schwartz founder of the Randolph Street Market.
Just north of downtown Three Oaks, a historic village with a quaint downtown and a trendy food vibe, the market takes place at 16860 Three Oaks Road/ North Elm Street. Entrance fee is $5 per adult; children under twelve free. Visitors are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance for guaranteed entrance at RandolphStreetMarket.com.
One dollar of every ticket purchased goes to support Fernwood Botanical Garden in Niles-Buchanan, Michigan. The 105-acre Fernwood, nestled on the St. Joseph River, is a lovely tract of virgin forest, prairie, gardens, an intricate railway garden and visitor center with a gift shop, all interspersed with walking woodland, riverside, and garden trails.
More market shows will be held June 19th and 20th, July 3rd and 4th, August 7th and 8th, and September 4th and 5th. The Randolph Street Market, an internationally recognized event, was named as one of USA Today’s, “Top 10 American Flea Markets,” and “An Authority on Stylish Living,” by Sophisticated Living Magazine. It’s been featured in Travel & Leisure, the Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, and the Guardian and is a renowned destination for antique collectors, merchandisers, designers, stylists, fashionistas, and set decorators alike.