Chaffee Crossing Farmers & Artisans 2021 Market Dates

 7313 Terry St., Fort Smith, Arkansas  

 

Each market will feature local farmers, artisans, and crafters. The market will be wrapped with live music, local talent, food trucks, kids activities, and seasonal attractions. 

 

DATE               THEME                   FEATURE EVENTS/ACTIVITIES

May 1                Break Out Market     Child and Adult bicycle safety and guided rides around the Historic District

June 12             My City Is A Fort        All things Fort Smith! Featuring kids ages 5-12 cardboard fort building contest

July 17               American Pie            Car show (TBD), pie judging contest, pie-making demos

August 7            Summer Send Off     Drums Alive!, giant sandbox, school supply drive, lots of kids activities

September 18    Rockin' Good Time   A lively music atmosphere leading up o Whitney's Race at 3:00 pm

October 16         Fall Frenzy               Cornhole tournament plus fall hunting season-themed activities

 

VENDORS

Local farm produce, artisans, crafters, non-profits are encouraged to apply for a booth. 

Multi-level marketing vendors are not permitted. 

$120 for full season booth (6 markets)     $30 per market booth

Booths for non-profit organizations, education, or distribution of information - No Charge

 

Contact Audrey Hester, Rival CRE, CCFAM Vendor Coordinator  (918) 649-7796

market@chaffeecrossing.com

 

 Photos from past Chaffee Crossing Markets, Festivals and Community Events

     

      

      

      

 

 

Recent News


May 11, 2021

The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) announced Monday (May 10) that Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine (ARCOM) received accreditation from the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation, the only accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education to accredit all osteopathic medical schools in the United States. After a comprehensive review of ARCOM’s four-year pre-accreditation status, the COCA found that ARCOM met the accreditation requirements thus granting accreditation to the medical school, a news release said.


Apr 18, 2021

Talk Business & Politics guest editorialist Greg Kaza writes that last year’s recession is a reminder the business cycle has not been repealed. In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) declared that a national recession began in February. Yet there is a silver lining: each recession has been followed by a new expansion and Fort Smith’s regional economy provides examples of this idea at work. 


Apr 18, 2021

The locations of affordable housing in Fort Smith is generally north of Rogers Ave., however, two new affordable home communities are being built in Chaffee Crossing.


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