Send off summer with a trip to Hartville. Here are six things to do this holiday weekend!
1) Labor Day Weekend Flea Market
It’s time for the 78th Annual Labor Day Weekend Flea Market at Hartville MarketPlace! Over 1,000 vendors will be set up over the course of the 4 day event (Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday). Put on your walking shoes and sunscreen and come shop, treasure hunt, and people watch to your hearts content.
2) Grand Opening of Reincarnation America
We are excited to welcome Mike & Ginger Boyd and their unique repurposed home decor to Hartville. Moving from Brimfield, their shop will now be located at 1138 West Maple St. Unit C, by Beginnings Salon & Day Spa. Check them out on Facebook to see a preview of the new shop and before and after photos of their projects.
Grand Opening – Saturday, September 2nd 10am-6pm
Give the password: “Lucky” you’ll receive 10% off September 2nd only! Sign up for our Unique piece give away. Winner will be announced at the end of day.
3) Grand Opening of The FRENCHROOSTER
While you are at the Flea Market be sure to head inside to check out the indoor shops. Opening Saturday, September 2nd is a new home decor shop called The FrenchRooster!
4) Last Weekend to Take a Dip in the Pool
The pool at Akron/Canton Jellystone Park will be open 11am-7pm Friday and Saturday, noon-7pm Sunday, and 11am-7pm on Labor Day. Add to the fun by playing a round of mini-golf and snagging an ice cream to make it a great day!
5) Live Music at Maize Valley
Spend your Friday & Saturday evening at Maize Valley listening to Steve Cipriano (Sept 1st) and Triple Play (Sept 2nd) while enjoying their award winning wines and brews.
6) Enjoy Lunch on the Patio
Front Porch Cafe will be open Labor Day from 7am-4pm and featuring their loaded baked potato as the special – yum!
Navigating road construction
The good news is the crews are taking a holiday break! Check out up to date info from ODOT on our 619 Road Work page. If arriving to the flea market from the north, west, or south you can easily use the back entrance to the flea market (off of Market Ave) for a quicker route to treasure hunting!
Many of our small shops will have holiday hours on Monday. If you are looking to visit a specific shop be sure to check their Facebook page/website or call to see if they will be open.