Greater Cincinnati's Charm at the Farm vintage market returns for the first pop-up of the season June 10-12.
Held on the grounds of a 56-acre former horse farm in Lebanon, the weekend features more than 100 regional vendors showcasing everything from upcycled furniture and boho-style gifts to vintage items, clothing and jewelry, all with a focus on women-owned businesses. Pure Barre will also be on hand on Saturday before the market to host a workout class ($5 advance tickets required), and this year will feature face-painting for kids, covered lounge areas and even an appearance by some baby goats.
Food and drinks will be available ranging from tacos and barbecue to pizza and local gourmet streetpops.
Entry is ticketed and must be purchased online in advance at charmatthefarm.com; Sunday's market will feature some in-person ticket sales. Kids 12 and younger are free, as is parking.
Hours and entry costs are:
- 4-8 p.m. June 10; $20 VIP
- 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. June 11; $17 early bird
- Noon-4 p.m. June 11; $12
- 10 a.m.-3 p.m. June 12; $10
Friends Amy Doyle and Jayme Kuenkel founded Charm at the Farm in 2017.
“Our goals have always been to promote and support small businesses and give back to our community,” says Doyle in a release. “Not only will you enjoy a fabulous weekend at the farm as you peruse and purchase unique items from our top-notch vendors, but you’ll also be a part of our collaborative mission to support and empower women in all aspects of their lives.”
This year, $1 from every entry ticket sold will go to support HER Cincinnati, formerly known as Cincinnati Union Bethel, which offers "housing, education and recovery services that empower women to break cycles of poverty, addiction, and human trafficking," per Charm at the Farm.
Charm at the Farm Vintage Market is located at 4953 Bunnell Hill Road in Lebanon, Ohio. Additional markets will take place Aug. 19-21 and Oct. 14-16.
For tickets and more info, visit charmatthefarm.com.