Old Clarkesville Market - Clarkesville, GA

by Beth Palmer
(Clarkeville GA)

Old Clarkesville Market Logo

Old Clarkesville Market Logo

Our Holiday market was such a success we are holding a Spring show this June 17 2023! So whether you are looking to spend a relaxing day shopping or a vendor building your business, you won't be disappointed.


Come and take a day trip to one of the prettiest places in the Northeast Georgia Mountains, the historic town of Clarkesville Georgia. We will have local handmade arts & crafts, home décor, and artisan food items and more. The Tallulah River Bluegrass band will be playing for your listening pleasure. Come meet and support your favorite local artisans and find a few new ones, you will be sure to find the perfect item to kick off your summer. When you are done at the market, you can go into downtown Clarkesville on the square and shop in our unique stores and stay and have a wonderful dinner in one of our many restaurants. This market is being held in an enclosed pavilion so we are a rain or shine event. We will have food vendors for your convenience.

Vendors Wanted: This is sure to be a great selling event and a great chance to build awareness of your brand. The facilities are great, we will fill up the inside spaces first and then work on filling up the outside spaces 2nd. Parking is good also. 2023 Shows are June 17 and November 18 both applications.

Vendors go to:
Old Clarkesville Market website

Please click on the (PDF) attachment button to download your application.

Questions or if you need help in any way please contact

Beth Palmer


or email: suttonmillcreek@Yahoo.com

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