The 49th Annual ‘Labor Day Weekend Outdoor Peddler’s Market’ will be held over the Labor Day weekend holiday, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 4 and 5, in the mountain resort town of Arnold, on Highway 4. Arnold’s end-of-summer Market is situated among the pines and redwoods, and features 55 booths of antiques and collectibles, original art and crafts, and vintage jewelry; just a few of the range of items offered. Whether you’re shopping for yourself, for your home or cabin, or your next camping trip, you’ll be sure to find it here.
While organizers will be adhering to the CDC and County requirements for COVID-19, they expect that all fully-vaccinated people will not have to wear masks at outside events such as the market. There will be hand-sanitizing stations, masks available upon request for anyone that wants them, and they will be disinfecting any shared public facilities throughout the show.
“We want everyone attending or exhibiting to feel safe and have a great time,” said organizers.
Metal sculpture, yard art, pottery, jewelry, quilts, chainsaw bears, soaps and spa essentials, woodwork, furniture, fine art, clothing, scarves, dolls, birdhouses/feeders, fused glass and wind chimes, photography, kid’s toys, hats, purses, succulents, and leather goods are just some of the items offered by our craftspeople/artists.
The Ebbett’s Pass Volunteer Fire Department will be serving local beers, and the Market also offers hot prepared food booths, kettlekorn, and gourmet foods to sample.
The Market is held on the park-like grounds of Bristol’s Ranch House Café at 961 Highway 4 in downtown Arnold. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
For more information, email Kim or Mark: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 925-372-8961.
Admission and parking are free, so all are invited to come out and enjoy this open-air Market.