CHICAGO (June 26, 2023) The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce (ACC) is pleased to welcome back its 3rd annual Andersonville Vintage Market, featuring antiques, home décor, jewelry, accessories, clothing, music and other bric-a-brac from local retailers. Come treasure hunt for vintage finds from more than 30 vendors on Sunday, July 9; Sunday, Aug. 13; and Sunday, Sept. 10 on 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Catalpa Avenue between Clark Street and Ashland Avenue.
There is a $5 suggested donation (cash and Venmo accepted). Shoppers will also enjoy a variety of musical entertainment. Pets are welcome. For additional information, visit the Andersonville Vintage Market page: andersonville.org/events/vintage-market/ .
Participating vendors to date include AntiqueandMod, Beauty Marked Vintage, Brody Antiques, Cloina Store, Disco Art Deco (September only), Edgewater Candles (August & September only) Eesome Vintage, fad2fresh, Field Mercantile, Goodbyetonys: Sin Pantalones, her & ziba, JushShop, Lee Merrick Antiques, Lottie Dottie Vintage, Macramentadas, moon woman vintage + preloved, Never Heard of Her & Well Rounded Shop, Open Profile, Rare Form, RareJule Vintage, Real Vintage Swag, Revival a Go-Go, Ruby Baby Vintage (July & September only), Russell Myers, shopNOV, Valentine Vintage, Vintage Attack Finds, Vintage Bodega, Vintage Finds & Gems and waltermyersmodern.
The Andersonville Vintage Market is sponsored by Rare Form and SCOUT + Design.
Shoppers are also encouraged to explore the Clark Street corridor and visit of the neighborhood's many brick-and-mortar vintage shops including Andersonville Antiques, Belmont Army Vintage, The Brown Elephant, Bryn Mawr Jewelry Co., Buffalo Exchange, Demolition Collective, Foursided, Mercantile M, Rattleback Records, SCOUT + Design, Strange Cargo, Uncharted Books and Woolly Mammoth Chicago Antiques & Oddities.
The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce fosters a vibrant environment in which Andersonville businesses can thrive by attracting a diverse customer base; providing business support services and advocacy; and engaging in business attraction, long-range planning, and economic development.