2nd Annual Main Street Market


Getting a head start on your holiday shopping list? Are you already stressing about finding the perfect gift? Look no further, there’s no need to worry: Main Street Market Bryan is holding its  second annual shopping event at Brazos County Expo! From October 25-26, the Market will bring together vendors from across the state for two days of great shopping! 

Already have plans this weekend? No worries! Lewanna Campbell, Show Director, comments, “We added Friday this year so that our patrons can shop early and still be able to enjoy the game on Saturday. This way, they get the best of both worlds!” 

Vendors change from year to year, and this year’s lineup is one you don’t want to miss!  Even if you’re shopping for someone that’s hard to buy for, the Market has you covered, from gifts for men to kids to handcrafted Texas items. Says Campbell, “Bev with Topanga Canyon Designs out of San Antonio does all handcrafted jewelry, Fantasy Coasters of Texas out of Wichita Falls makes one of a kind coasters, Glitzy Designs out of Belton will have two booths of ladies fashions, and more. We also have San Ducerro with us from Yoakum sampling Texas Wines. Another booth that is very popular is Carol Craig Stitchery from San Antonio with her beautiful hand sewn items.” 

Main Street Market owns 11 shows all together, and Campbell looks forward to events happening this fall and Christmas season all across the state. “There is something fun about seeing people pick out a special gift for their loved one.” 

Show hours on both Friday and Saturday are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admissions are $5.00, but $4.00 if you bring a non-perishable food donation for Bridge Ministries, which is serving as a food pantry for the Bryan community. Kids 12 and under are free. Free parking and hourly door prizes are included.

Located at 5827 Leonard Road, Bryan, TX. To sign up for the Main Street Market shopper’s email list, visit http://bit.ly/MSMList2019.  For more information about this event, email Lewanna Campbell at lcampbell@texasmarketguide.com.

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Anna Villalobos
Anna Villalobos is a Sophomore Journalism Major and Performance Studies Minor in the Liberal Arts department at Texas A&M University. She thrives on a diet that consists mostly of sweet tea and online window shopping. Anna can usually be found at St. Mary's Catholic student center, with her hair piled atop her head and her phone at 1% battery, contemplating whether to take a nap or buy her 3rd Starbucks of the day.


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