Thanks to all of the vendors and customers who made this event a huge success!!
Special thanks the 4-County Fair Board for the use of their great facility!
Information about any future swap meet will be posted here.
What: Swap Meet
When: Saturday, May 29, 2021 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Where: 4-County Fair Grounds
405 North 10th St.
Sites will be available for you to bring basically anything that's legal to sell, including but not limited to crafters, woodworkers, tools, farm items, collectibles, tack, hunting/fishing, household items, jewelry, furniture, garage sale, commercial vendors, etc. You get the idea.
WEAPONS CAN NOT BE SOLD
We encourage people to bring their animals to sell. You can bring exotics, barnyard, small animals (rabbits and such), fowl etc. There are no requirements for health papers. Wild animals will, of course, need to meet DNR requirements.
There are indoor and outdoor sites. Also two open air covered barns are available.
Sizes and prices:
Indoor sites: 12' X 12' without electricity - $20.00-electricity $5.00 extra
You can bring your own tables for inside the enclosed building or rent tables for $5.00 each.
Outdoor sites: 20' X 20' without electricity - $20.00-electricity $5.00 extra
Bring your own tables and display set ups for outside and under roof spaces.
Covered barn sites: size varies somewhat 20' X 20' spots are $20.00 each without electricity - electricity $5.00 extra
NO ADMISSION CHARGED AT GATE
For information call Jerry at 712-592-0812 (evenings)
or Hazel at 712-592-1809
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(email directly from icon in lower right corner of this page)
The list of vendors that are already registered are shown below. If you have sent in your registration fee and don't see your name, please contact us.
Teresa Kierscht - Simply Soap by Teresa
Christa Ireland & Brittany Case - Plexus
Hazel Mohn - Harrison County Genealogical Society & Lincoln Highway items, access to 20,000 photos from the Notson and Kay Photography Studios in Logan from the 1920s to 1960s, perennial plants & odds and ends
Luis Portillo Burmudez - glass figurines, dishes, all kinds of decorations
Patty Trucke - Cocoa Cola, M & M, Beanie Babies, Pez, Hot Wheels & Barbies
Heather Wright - Soy Candles & Wax melts
Dave Davis - Automotive
Mary Reynolds - Charms, Italian, Snap, Floater, Sliders for watches, bracelets, necklaces & key chains
Kathy Zaiser - Embroidered hand towels
Annette Knott - Tastefully Simple
Soldier Ladies Legion Auxiliary - RADA kitchen knives
Kris Segebart - Senior Insurance Group
Neil Knauss - Neil's Water Conditioning
Donna Pape - Collectibles, dishes, pictures, some clothes
Kelly Weltz - Handmade crystal/gemstone bracelets
Ronald Brown - T-shirts, toys, purses, hats, dream catchers
Brenda Arkfeld - Norwex cleaning products
Jerry Schafer - Horse decorative items and odds & ends
Oscar_____ Collectibles, glassware, DJ items
Sutton Christiansen - Craft items, cornhole games, wood items,
tumblers, some horse items
Dwight Mills - Primitives, antiques, tools, lots of misc.
Rick Neppl - The Stone Age - Polished stones, arrowhead necklaces, necklaces, etc.
Gary Osbahr - Antique tools, plants, misc.
Marty Temple - Saddles, pads pads, bridles, misc. tack, saddle racks, show halters, misc. household goods
Renee Parrott - Misc. household & antiques
Randal Nowatzke - Misc. smalls, garden, Avon, glassware, tools
Sheri Joyner - Used books, CD's, DVD's, toys, etc.
Jo Davis - Clothes, shoes, jewelry, etc.
Mary Steinbach - Handmade crafts
Lorraine Gale - Pampered chef, Thirty-one
Candy Cleveland - Paparazzi jewelry
Ricky Duran - New Home Depot items
Mark Archer - Archer's Iron One - steel art
Mark Whitmer - Photography, collectables, postcards & misc.
Libby Henschke - Vinyl home signs
Rebecca Pavlik - Color Street & hand made jewelry
Lafe Maurer - The 8 track guy - EVERYTHING 8 track
Terry Spencer - Iowa Preparedness Supply -preparedness items, water filters, solar flashlights, blankets, fire starters, electric lighters, etc.