The public is invited to the grounds of Domicile in Sister Bay for the second Stuff-o-Rama flea market of the season on Saturday, July 18, 8 am – 3 pm. A smattering of tents will be set up, and plenty of convenient parking is available next door at Schoolhouse Park.
Throughout the event, vendors will be showing anything and everything, including antiques, vintage glassware and jewelry, primitives, Native American crafts, furniture, golf and sports collectibles, baseball cards, children’s books, household items, crafts and treasures of all variety.
While at Stuff-o-Rama, people are encouraged to visit Domicile, a store showcasing the creativity of Wisconsin artisans working in wood, fiber, metal, glass, clay and paper uniquely displayed in a home of stovewood construction.
New in 2009, the Gallery at Domicile (formerly Stuff) features affordable original art displayed in a century old granary. Artist demonstrations will take place during the flea market, and the gallery is currently showing the first annual “Second Wind” exhibit featuring ten Wisconsin artists, whom after fitting art around busy lives can now devote full time to creating amazing and affordable art.
While the July event is the second flea market of the season, the final flea market will take place on Saturday of Labor Day weekend. Vendor spaces are still available.
Domicile and the Gallery at Domicile are located at 10592 Highway 57 entering Sister Bay at Canterbury Lane, one block south of the 42/57 intersection. The businesses are open Wednesday through Saturday 10 am – 5 pm and Sunday, 11 am – 4 pm. For more information call 920.854.9005.