The Downtown Open Air Market began in 2010 as an idea of Mary Dell McCoy and Casey Kitchens for local vendors and others to have an opportunity to sell their arts, crafts and baked goods in the historic downtown business district of Crystal Springs. As it is often seen, this event is growing faster than expected.
Plan updates include going to once a month and allowing vintage/antique items in the market.
If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please use the contact information provided to let us know what you are going to make, bake, paint, create or bring to sell. All goods must be produced by the vendor in order to participate in the market. No resale items are allowed.
We look forward to the new year. Call us if you have questions. (remember: we may not return calls until night or weekends because of work and mommy duties.)
Please plan to walk, stroll, ride your bike or drive over to visit The Downtown Market on East Georgetown Street so you can "shop local" and help support our wonderful community.
Downtown Open Air Market
Vendor Guidelines, Application Form: Market Packet 2012.pdf
Date: Begins May 12, 2012
Time: 9:00AM - 2:00PM
Location: 204 East Georgetown Street, behind Garland's Antiques
Contact: Mary Dell McCoy and Casey Kitchens
Phone: 601-927-1533 or 601-497-1044
The Fall Flower & Garden Fest will be held in October at the Truck Crops Experiment Station in Crystal Springs, Mississippi, 25 miles south of Jackson. The is a 2-day events for the entire family. Food vendors will have food and drinks available.
Note: This is the largest home gardening show in the southeastern United States, with average attendance of 6,000 people over the two-day event.
Admission and parking are free. Handicapped accessible. For more information, click here to visit our website.
The Chautauqua Bike Rally is an annual event scheduled each October at Chautauqua Park in Crystal Spring. The rally began in 2005 as an idea by local riders that wanted to bring to Crystal Springs a weekend event with live music, overnight camping, contests and food to help fund Chautauqua Park and area charities. Riders from across the southern United States head this way each year to help us raise money for these charities and our favorite park, Chautauqua Park.
Click here to visit our bike rally website for more information.
|U s e f u l C r y s t a l S p r i n g s , MS T e l e p h o n e N u m b e r s|
[ Zip Code 39059 ]
|Mayor Sally Garland ||286 E Railroad Ave. ||601-892-1212|
|Mayor's Hot Line ||286 E Railroad Ave. ||601-892-2422|
|Drug Free Hot Line || ||601-892-9899|
|Police Department ||237 W Railroad Ave. ||EMERCENCY 911|
|Police Department ||237 W Railroad Ave. ||all other calls 601-892-2121|
|Fire Department ||200 W Marion Ave ||EMERCENCY 911|
|Fire Department ||200 W Marion Ave. ||all other calls 601-892-1313|
|City Clerk ||286 E Railroad Ave. ||601-892-2422|
|City Clerk ||286 E Railroad Ave. ||601-892-1210|
|City Hall ||286 E Railroad Ave. ||601-892-2422|
|City Hall ||286 E Railroad Ave. ||601-892-1210|
|Parks & Recreation ||26031 Hwy-51 ||601-892-0007|
|City Library ||200 S Jackson St. ||601-892-3205|
|City Water Dept. ||3411 W Railroad Ave. ||601-892-4111|
|Waste Water Treatment Plant ||Mathis Road ||601-892-5704|
If you are interested in adding a Christmas display to this annual event,
contact Sally Garland at: 601-892-0007 or email@example.com.
Crystal Springs Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 519
210 E Railroad Avenue
Crystal Springs, MS 39059
Phone: (601) 892-2711
Ask for :
Donna Wells, Executive Director