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Peddler’s Market Returns To Arnold For July 4 Weekend
Coming up in July, the annual Peddler’s Market in Arnold along Highway 4 will feature over 60 booths of antiques and collectibles, original art and crafts, vintage jewelry and more.

The 48th Annual ‘Sierra Nevada Peddler’s Market’ will be held over the Independence Day Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, July 4 and 5, in the mountain resort town of Arnold, on Highway 4. Situated among the pines and redwoods, the Market features over 60 booths of antiques and collectibles, original art and crafts, and vintage jewelry; just a few of the range of items offered. Whether you’re shopping for yourself, for your home or cabin, or your next camping trip, you’ll be sure to find it at the Peddler’s Market.

The Market will be adhering to the CDC and County requirements due to COVID-19, keeping safety in mind above all. All of the vendors will be wearing masks, there will be extra hand-washing and sanitizing stations, six feet social distancing, and masks available upon request to the public should you want/need them. Organizers want everyone attending or exhibiting to feel safe and have a great time. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 there will be no parade associated with the event this year … but plans are to bring the parade back in 2021.

Metal sculpture, yard art, pottery, jewelry, quilts, soaps and spa essentials, woodwork, furniture, fine art, clothing, scarves, dolls, birdhouses/feeders, fused glass plates and windchimes, photography, kid’s toys, hats, purses, succulents, leather goods and more are offered by participating craftspeople/artists. You’ll also find antiques, collectibles, vintage jewelry and more.

The Market also offers homemade, hot prepared food booths and kettlekorn.

Staged on the park-like grounds of Bristols Ranch House Café at 961 Highway 4 in downtown Arnold, hours for the Peddler’s Market are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday.

For more information, email Kim or Mark:

Admission and parking are free; all are encouraged to come join the celebration.