(Warren County, Oh.)-- In it's first year the founders of "Charm at the Farm" are amazed at its success.
The vintage market features dozens of vendors from all across the state including Fleurish, Two Little Buds, Oregonia Soapworks, Lather+Stitch and Blume. The vendors come from not only Ohio but from Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
"Charms" creators Amy Doyle and Jayme Kuenkel call "Charm at the farm" a labor of love. "This is a vision" Doyle says. "I love the idea of people taking something that was junk and then turning it into something beautiful whether it old wood that they turn into a table or whether it is an old dresser that they just repaint and repurpose and it all a sudden it's beautiful again, I love that."
Getting a spot in the market is competitive, Kuenkel says after their first market in the spring, "people saw how well it went, how much fun people had the vendors and shoppers included and after that, the applications jumped".
We have to both agree on the right vendors Doyle says, "We want to make sure that its quality over quantity, we don't care about having 200 vendors we care about having 100 of the best from all over and we want to eventually reach more vendors further out."
"Charm at the Farm" is located at 4953 Bunnell Hill Road Lebanon, OH, 45036.
The market runs Sat, Aug 26, and Sun, Aug 27, from 10 A.M - 4 P.M. and 10 A.M. - 3 P.M.
They also have a Fall market planned for Sat, Oct 28, Sun, Oct 29,