It’s called ‘a shoppers dream come true!’ and shoppers will be amazed at the 50 vendors at Pop Up Prairie Day Saturday in Sallisaw.
The vendors will be set up on the lawn at Stanley Tubbs Memorial Library in downtown Sallisaw.
Not only will there be great shopping at hand, a wide variety of food vendors have also joined the fun. Judy Martens, executive director of the Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce which sponsors the event, said, “Sallisaw Main Street Group, People's Choice BBQ, and the Boy Scouts Troop #731 will be offering foods and looks like we'll have homemade ice cream, too!”
Martens said the 50 vendors will be offering a variety of items for sale, from handmade to new retail, and even flea market items. Pop up stores will be offering baked goods, handmade quilts, home decor, floral arrangements, clothing, jewelry, Native American items, handmade knives and sheaths, holiday decor, t-shirts, original art work, photography, wood crafters items, and many more unique treasures for sale.
Martens said, “We even have an area where the men can sit, chill, and watch football on TV! Something for everyone! Come join the fun!”
Three area bands have also joined the fun. Shoppers will be listening to the music of Back Roads Band from Van Buren, Katelyn Myers from Tahlequah and Rusted Silver from Alma.
The weather is expected to be perfect, for a perfect day in downtown Sallisaw.
Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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