Fall is definitely coming. It is a great season where you have a mixture of cool mornings, hot afternoons and the possibility of turning off the air conditioner for longer periods of time. The leaves are changing and the migrating birds are slowly returning to the area. It also means that the RVers and winter people will be coming back to our area. And there are more and more of the booths around the market filling up with the seasonal monthly vendors selling everything from handcrafted items, overstock items, antiques and collectibles and lots of gently used stuff that you can use, re-purpose or recycle into something totally different. The possibilities are endless!

What’s At the Restaurants

Toni’s Kitchen is whipping up a special dessert called Boston Creme Cake with Cherries and Whipped Cream on Top as well as her snacks, fast food, cold plates and salads.

Toni’s Kitchen Counter
Boston Creme Cake with Cherries
Chicken Salad Cold Plate

Diane’s Restaurant has their home-cooked meals such as pork chop dinners, homemade spaghetti and meatballs, baked ham and homemade mash potatoes as well as a couple of delicious desserts under glass.

Menu Board of Great Meals
Diane’s Restaurant Counter
Dress Out Full Pork Chop Meal
Ohhh! Carrot Cake

Vendor Updates

Stephanie’s “The Round Table” on the Green Row Booth 21 has finally gotten her store sign completed and put up today. Drop on by and say, Hi! and see some of the new items she has for sale

The Avon Lady – Corner of Red and Yellow Rows across from Toni’s Kitchen has gotten all her items out for you to see her new fall line and possibly pick up some specials from the summer.

The Two New Vendors on the Red Row – Booths 6-8-10: The Fishing Guy has really decked out his booth and there is a new vendor right next door that does wooden signs, jewelry, and other odds and ends.

Fishing Gear Guy – 10
New Lady in 6

Charles Dukes Custom Woodworking and Cabinets booth on the Green Row – Booth 10 is featuring his one-of-a-kind creation table and bench chair made from the trestles of the 1906 Railroad Trestle from Dowling Park that was torn down in the 1950s and 500 year old heart pine on the sides. He has invested over 29 gallons of wood stain finish on the table to preserve the timber and it looks great!

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Dixie Depot – Patrick’s Collectibles on the Yellow Row Booths 27,29,31,33,35 and now 32 across the way has all kinds of collectible swords.

You just never know what you are going to find here at the Chiefland Farmer’s Flea Market. So come on down and check out our many vendors and see if you can find just what you are looking for yourself, a friend and your family members too. Just because it is September doesn’t mean you can’t get a little holiday shopping done ahead of time.

Enjoy some of our pictures around the market today!