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Benchley Amish Furniture 

 

Buggy Down Carriage Co Proudly Presents


 

Yoders Flea Market and Craft Show Application

The 2017 Spring Yoder's Flea Market & Quilt Auction will be held on May 19th & 20th.   Hours are 8a-5p both Friday & Saturday with the Quilt Auction beginning at 9am both days.


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The Sale will be held at Yoder's Farm, 10885 N. Leaton Rd, Clare, MI  48617

 Clare County Amish Tours

While you are in the Clare Area enjoying Yoder's Show, head on in to Clare to take in some of our main street shopping, and the 2nd Annual Quilt Show put on by the Clare County Arts Council in the Historic Depot located on West 4th Street in Clare.  or Take the Bus to Tour Clare County's Barn Quilt Tour for only $10.   Tickets available in advance at the Doherty Hotel.  

 

Stop in to Benchley Amish Furniture while you are in the Clare area.  They are located at 9425 Tobacco Drive, Clare.   If you like hand crafted, quality merchandise, you will find lots of furniture & gifts.

 

Yoder's Amish Flea Market & Downtown Clare Vintage Market      
Yoder's Amish Flea Market  & Downtown Clare Vintage Market

 

Yoder's Annual Fall Amish Flea Market & Quilt Auction will be held at Yoder's Farm on September 2 & 3rd (Friday & Saturday) at 10885 N. Leaton Rd.  Open daily from 8am-5pm.   Enjoy rows and rows of everything under the sun.  Please leave your pets at home.  Motorized vehicles not allowed on Market grounds please.

Downtown Clare Vintage Market with several businesses in Downtown Clare that will be featuring a variety of "Vintage" items:  Reclaimed Wood, Four Leaf Brewing, Clare Antiques Mall, The White Pallet Chair, Brewin' on McEwan's newest Modern Craft Wine/Clare Tasting Room, Millie's Downtown, Art Alley....but don't miss all the other locally owned shops that are featuring Vintage items, as well as our NEW  4th Street Market!   Clare Area Chamber of Commerce invites you to visit, shop, eat and walk about and enjoy the small town charm that Clare offers during the Downtown Clare Vintage Market.  Be sure to walk thru our new addition....Art Alley!

 

Clare Art Alley

 

 

 

 

 

***SELF GUIDED DIRECTORY OF AMISH WARES & SERVICES***

 

Clare County is home to a large community of Amish, with roots going back to the original founders from Switzerland. The Amish way of life is one of simple enjoyment of the land and community. Skills are passed down through the generations and the Amish craftsmen are renowned for their finely crafted products including furniture, quilts, and baskets. Baked goods and produce from their farms are offered for purchase along the roadside when weather permits. 

The Yoder’s and their friends hold a large quilt auction, craft show, and flea market each spring (third Friday and Saturday of May) and late summer (Friday and Saturday of Labor Day weekend). Imagine fields transformed with rows of crafters, antiques, and flea marketers – hundreds of vendors in all! This event is one of the largest, well attended, craft shows, flea markets and quilt auctions in Michigan. No machine stitched quilts are sold at the auction. In addition to the Amish crafted furniture, quilts and goods, one may purchase an array of arts and craft items, discounted tools, jewelry, cutlery, jams, and plants – to name a few. A number of concession stands and several food specialty tents, featuring baked goods and cheese, are hosted by the Amish women. Parking is best in downtown Clare with shuttle services running to and from the auction site on a regular basis. 

The Yoder Brother’s Auction host a consignment horse and tack auction and a separate auction for equipment every spring and fall. 

 

Amish Auction           Amish Wares            Amish Map


 

The countryside of an Amish Community invites further exploration. Enjoy at your leisure a drive through Clare County’s Amish areas, visit featured businesses listed on our map, and spend a day browsing

Amish wares, furniture, quilts, and more!

 

PLEASE SHOW CONSIDERATION: DO NOT VISIT AMISH-OWNED BUSINESSES ON SUNDAYS. THEY MAY ALSO BE CLOSED FOR WEDDINGS, FUNERALS AND HOLIDAYS.

 

 

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