Future Sunday Post events are being postponed.At this time, we are postponing the remaining scheduled dates for July and August due to the upcoming summer heat. We are considering an alternative market day and time, as well as a future special event this fall at PostRock Plaza.
Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or suggestions regarding future events.
PostRock Plaza announces exhibitors for the second month of the Sunday PostThe Sunday Post is a public market the second Sunday of every month April through September from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The family friendly market features various vendors, live music, and a children’s area.
The second month of the market is scheduled for Sunday, May 14. The second market event is slated to be even bigger than the first with additional vendors exhibiting. To improve traffic flow and exhibit space, the Sunday Post is relocating from the back u-shaped parking lot of PostRock Plaza to the west facing parking lot in front of Fairway Mortgage, the Nature Conservancy, and ME Interiors.
View list of May 14 event exhibitors.
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