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Crivitz Museum Hosts Flea, Farmers Market
Issue Date: June 17, 2020
The Crivitz Museum will host a flea and farmers market on Saturday, July 4 on the museum grounds located at N104 Oak St., Crivitz, one block west of the Crivitz McDonalds. The hours for the market are 9 AM to 5 PM with set up time beginning at 7 AM.
The vendor fee for the market is $15 per booth and will be collected on the day of the market. The lot size will be 25 x 20 with a 6-foot spacing between lots to maintain social distancing. Parking will be available in the Crivitz High School parking lot. The rain date for the market will be Sunday, July 5. For more information contact Randy Polzin at 920 660 6141.
The Crivitz Museum will be open on the day of the event. They encourage the public to come and enjoy the offerings of vendors and take a moment to walk through the museum to see first-hand the history of the community.
Visitors will also be able to see the on-going rebuilding of the 1909 Hergan Barn. Current plans are to utilize the barn to display antique farming equipment. When complete, it will be an example of what an early dairy barn would have looked like.