Rogers, Ohio The Tri State Areas LARGEST Open Air Market is open Friday July 3 and Saturday July 4, 2020 for Flea Market Fun, Fair Foods, Fresh Air & Fun!
Shoppers Enjoy Free Admission & Free Parking.
Sellers call (330) 227-3233 to reserve your space(s). 15’x30′ space with electric and parking is just $26 per day for non-concessions / $75 for Concession Trailers.
Fireworks Friday July 3, 2020 at dark (weather permitting)
Scooter Rental is available. First come, first served.
& So Much More!
Thank you to all who have reached out to us as we deal with the loss of the I Pavilion on the afternoon September 18, 2019. The fire is contained to the I Pavilion and hay contained therein. Thank you to all First Responders who battled the blaze. Employees were on scene to notice and call in the incident at 5 p.m. on September 18, 2019. We thank the Negley, Lisbon/Center Township, West Point, New Waterford and East Palestine Ohio Fire Departments for their actions and swift support. At this time no cause has been determined. The Flea Market and Auctions will be open for all business as usual year-round.
The I Pavilion was an approximately twenty year old, open sided, roofed structure located at the far west end of the market. The I Pavilion comprised 50 spaces of our total 1600+ space market and the loss does not impact the overall market or auctions. No other structures were harmed by the fire and most importantly there were no injuries. For the record this is our second fire in 64 years of business. While we are grateful for the thoughts and prayers, no other support is needed. Just keep supporting our many wonderful vendors by shopping with them!
We will be open for business as usual on Friday September 20, 2019 and every Friday Flea Market and Auctions, Second Tuesday Auctions and Wednesday Hay and Grain Auctions year round. We look forward to seeing our vendors and visitors!
The Sale will go on!
While we don’t have “a season” (we are open Every Friday All Year Round) we definitely see an uptick in vendors and vendors during these summer months. After a rainy start (if by “start” we mean since around 2015) we have seen a string of absolutely beautiful Fridays.
We suggest you come out for the day and enjoy the early morning with a hot, homemade breakfast, warm and gooey Amish Doughnut or simply pick up some farm fresh fruit from one of our many produce vendors.
Stroll the aisles in the cooler morning hours looking for the best deals and let your treasure hunting take you from grass to gravel and back again. Cool creamy ice cream or shakes, savory treats and numerous sweets abound.
Grab a hot sausage, gyro or beef steak for a hearty lunch and Mason Jar lemonades are always a hit.
As the afternoon wanes the evening auctions gear up with Miscellaneous and Fresh Eggs, Baked Goods, Plants and Produce in two separate 5 p.m. auctions.
There are many joys of the season in decking the halls with festive finery old and new. There is always a special place in our hearts this time of year for the tried and true vintage kitsch that recalls Christmas past. Whether repurposed farm and flea goods, collectible blow mold pieces or antiques, plants, treats and more – Rogers has you covered for unique, memorable holiday items.