2022 flea market dates announced – Times Union

Field + Supply’s makers event features more than 200 creators, such as Sarah Mitchell-Davison (center, wearing hat) of Catskills-based Arc Ceramics. The Spring MRKT is Memorial Day weekend, one of many markets popping up across the region in 2022.
UPDATE: The Phoenicia Flea added two additional dates for the 2022 season.
Get ready to bargain and hustle for deals: The region’s biggest and best-known outdoor flea markets have shared their dates for the 2022 season.
From massive Stormville, which features hundreds of vendors, to the curated Field + Supply makers market in Kingston, these half- dozen outdoor shopping experiences attract thousands of people in search of vintage finds and artisan creations.
Bring cash for bargaining leverage and check websites and social media for scheduling changes due to inclement weather.
A popular attraction in the fall, Field + Supply has announced a spring installment of its popular makers market for Memorial Day weekend at Kingston’s Hutton Brickyards. This modern interpretation of a traditional arts and crafts market assembles more than 200 artisans, local food vendors and live musical acts in one riverfront venue.
May 27 – 29, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Hutton Brickyards, 200 North St, Kingston; Tickets on sale now: $15 for morning or afternoon sessions each day; kids under 12 free; proof of vaccination required
The Phoenicia Flea, a roving outdoor artisan market, began in 2014 in the town of Phoenicia but soon evolved to become a pop-up event held at changing locations across the Hudson Valley and Catskills.
The Phoenicia Flea, a roving outdoor artisan market that began in the town of Phoenicia before evolving into a pop-up event held at locations across the Hudson Valley and Catskills, will kick off its 2022 season at Scribner’s Catskills Lodge in Hunter on Memorial Day weekend, May 28-29 and host seven additional markets over the summer.
Subsequent market dates and locations include: Dobbs Ferry Waterfront Park in Dobbs Ferry on June 11; Time and Space Limited in Hudson on June 25; Catskill Brewery in Livingston Manor on July 2 – 3; Hasbrouck House in Stone Ridge on July 30 – 31; Olana State Historic Site on August 27 – 28; Glen Falls House in Round Top on Labor Day Weekend (Sept. 3 – 4); and the Stockaide Faire in Kingston on Oct. 1.
Six weekends at rotating locations, beginning May 28; 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.; free admission
Held at an abandoned airfield in Stormville in Dutchess County, the Stormville Flea Market has grown from a few dozen sellers in 1970 to hundreds of vendors today. The market’s 2022 season will open April 23 – 24, and will include five additional weekends: May 28 – 29, July 9, Sept. 3 – 4, Oct. 8 – 9, and Nov. 5. The Stormville Airport Ultimate Family Yard Sales will be held on June 18 and Sept. 17.
Six weekend dates, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.; 428 Route 216, Stormville; Free admission and free parking. No pets allowed.
This weekly flea market, held on two acres in historic Woodstock, was once ranked among the Top 10 Best Flea Markets in the U.S. by Fodor’s. Mower’s kicks off its 45th season on May 21 – 22 and will run every Saturday and Sunday until mid-November. Vendors sell antiques and collectibles, crafts, jewelry, rugs and even fresh produce from area farms.
Weekends, May 22 – mid-November; 11 Maple Ln, Woodstock; free admission
April 3 marks opening day for this weekly outdoor flea market in New Milford, Connecticut, located right over the border from Putnam and Dutchess counties. The market, which began in 1976 and has in pre-pandemic times featured more than 500 vendors, is held every Sunday from April through December.
Opening times are staggered for buyers, who are required to purchase tickets to browse: Prepaid Early Buyers at 5:30 a.m. ($20), Prepaid Buyers between 7 8 a.m. ($10), and General Admission beginning at 8 a.m. ($3). Parking is free. No pets allowed.
Sundays, April 3 – December; 5:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.; 490 Danbury Rd, New Milford, CT 06776; tickets $3-20 
Brimfield, the nation’s oldest outdoor antiques flea market, announced three events this year, with each running for six days: May 10 – 15, July 12 – 17, and Sept. 6 – 11.
Brimfield is actually a collection of 20 different fields of dealers, with each collection of booths independently owned and operated, meaning that hours will vary, and most dates are free — although some fields may charge admission on opening days. Parking is available, usually for a nominal fee.
Three 6-day events beginning May 10; 1 Main St, Ste 84, Brimfield, MA 01010; Consult Brimfield website for updated information as it becomes available
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Tracy Ziemer is bringing her love for the Hudson Valley to the Times Union’s expanded coverage across the region. She previously held editorial and content strategy roles at CNN, CNN Business, Food & Wine, and ABCNEWS.com. She loves dogs, gardening, hiking the Catskills, and tinkering with her c1860s home in Dutchess County. You can reach her at tracy.ziemer@hearst.com with feedback, tips and pitches.


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