***Join us at the final spring Market in Kennett Square on Sunday 6/4 (we are NOT popping up Memorial Day weekend!)***

Kennett Square Market


The vendor list is at the bottom of this page.

Join us on Sunday June 4 in Kennett Square PA for the final Market of the spring season. This Market will feature 100 carefully curated vendors (full list at the bottom of this page) with a wide variety of handmade and vintage goods along with food trucks, live music, beer and wine, free kids' crafts, and many additional shopping and dining options in town. The Market is produced in partnership with Kennett Collaborative and we thank them for their support!

Date & Time: Sunday June 4, 10-4 pm

Location: vendors will be set up in the parking lot at 600 S. Broad Street, right across from Kennett High School.  The entire lot will be closed for the Market.


Additional Details

You can read all of our Market FAQ's hereThe Market is FREE to attend, family-friendly and held outdoors rain or shine. A cancellation is possible in the case of severe or dangerous weather. If the weather is "iffy" on Market day, please check back here and to our social media accounts for any updates. On-leash, well-socialized dogs are welcome!

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for vendor sneak peeks the week prior to the Market.  



Parking is FREE in all locations in Kennett Square on Sundays. The closest options are:

  • The large Kennett High School parking lots (directly across the street)
  • The municipal parking garage downtown, right off E. Linden St.
  • Any of the other parking lots in town
  • Street parking throughout Kennett Square

Participating Vendors 

The final Market map and vendor space numbers will be updated here a few days prior to the event. You can sign up for our mailing list at the bottom of this page to get the map, space numbers, and any last important details right in your inbox.

Check out all of the vendors participating this season in the spring Vendor Gallery!

A la Liz
Aisha Likes It
Ameraucana Handmade
An Adventure Awaits, LLC
Anchor & Spruce
Bamboo Hill
Barnhouse Pots
Bee Handmade Boutique
Bee Hobby Craft
Bluestem Botanicals
Brandywineview Antiques
Camp Cape
Chalktree WAX Candles
Champagne on a Wednesday
Cicada & Bloom
Cicada Design
Clowder Ceramics
Creative Arch Philly
Dana Bechert Ceramics
Delicate Designs by Amanda
deVitry Designs
Dial V For Vintage
Erin Hulse Candles
fabulous finds
Fiona's Revival
FMD Designs
Gaia Darling
Glue & Stitch
Grace Hunsinger Studio
Heirloom Workshop LLC
hello hildy
HenBit Art
Honey Rae Soap & Co.
Isa Kollgaard Artwork
Jewelry by Kerry Rohrbach
JFOX Jewelry
Joan Ramone
Joyfully Vintage Shop
Judy Swayze Designs
Julie Miller Pottery
Kabyco Designs
Karen Coston Jewelry
Karnet Creative
Kasie Makes
KC Essentials
Koda Built Woodworks
Krista Patton Pottery
Krystal Osman Ceramics
LC Farms
Leaman Mere Images
Lingerlong Woodworking, LLC
Little Clay Moon
Littlebags by Anna
Maison Montier
Maria Maurio
Me and Phoebe
MESC Designs
MKC Photography
Moon Rae Studio
Naturally London
Old Iron Vintage
P.C Grow Organics, LLC.
Parcel Island
Plover and Plow LLC
Redwood Durable
RJ’s Essentials
Rotten Pete's
Saint Rocco's Treats
Sarah Draws Things
Sardine Clothing Company
Savoir Chair LLC
Seven Pines Apothecary
Short. Sweet. Saucy.
SolomonRae Woodworks
Spitfire Designs Jewelry
Studio Tuesday
Summit Goods Co.
Textures Bags and Textile Arts Studio
The Early Bird
The Farm At Oxford
The FussyCutting Quilt Shop
The Mid-Century Sisters
The Painted Lily
The Saturday Evening Experience
The Vintage Pantry Co.
Warwick Furnace Farm LLC

Food & Beverage Vendors:
Blue Wren Coffee
Philly Lemonade
Braeloch Brewing
Grace Winery
Philly Hots
Surf and Turf
Dos Hermanos
Clean Plate Club
Flour and Oats

And More:
Music: Hake and Jarema (12-3 pm)
Kids' crafting: Handwork Studio
Facepainting: Wildflower Artistry
Animal rescue: Finding Shelter Animal Rescue


A Few Last Notes
  • Our wonderful vendors and our onsite team need time to properly set up, so we kindly ask that customers not arrive before 10 am (i.e. we don't do early bird sales and the gate will be closed). That will allow us to create the best shopping experience for everyone!
  • We also encourage our customers to walk, bike, or carpool whenever possible.
  • Cash is king, but our vendors accept credit cards as well. 
  • There are portable toilets available in the parking lot just to the left of the main entrance. The Market is on pavement and handicapped-accessible.
  • On-leash, well-socialized dogs are always welcome at our event. The Market can be noisy and at times crowded (and the pavement can get hot in the late spring months), so just use your judgment when deciding whether to bring your pet.
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