Old Sutter Creek Flea Market
Every 3rd Sunday of each month.
The Old Sutter Creek Flea Market, a Tigby Hill Vintage event, will be held on the third Sunday of each month at the Italian Picnic Grounds at 581 State Hwy 49, Sutter Creek, CA 95685. The market will be open to the public from 6am – 2pm. Admission for the public is $1 at the gate.
Only vintage and antique merchandise is sold and this truly is like the old country flea markets we all remember. Come on out and find that special treasure.
- Admission is $1.
- Open from 6am to 2pm.
- Vendor inquires at: email@example.com; call 209-267-8314 or visit Tigby Hill Vintage at 65 Main Street, Sutter Creek.
The Sutter Creek Flea Market is held every month of the year but will be canceled if it rains . Be sure to call or email for updates if weather is forecasting rain.
At a Glance Dates in 2022:
Jan 16th 2022, Feb 20th, March 20th, April 17th, May 15th, June 19th, July 17th, Aug 21st, Sept 18th, Oct 16th, Nov 20th, Dec 18th
The Old Sutter Creek Flea Market is a new flea market for Northern California that offers a unique new outlet for dealers as well as independent sellers and members of the public. It also promises to be a popular activity for collectors, vintage enthusiasts and community members of all ages.
Amador County has long been known as one of Northern California’s best destinations for antiques and collectibles, but it has lacked an on-going local flea market like other surrounding communities have. Local business owner, Peter Torres, is about to change that. Torres is the co-owner of Tigby Hill Vintage in Sutter Creek and a veteran antique and memorabilia dealer with more than 30 years of experience in Southern California at the Pasadena City College Flea Market, The Rose Bowl Flea Market, the Long Beach Flea Market and The All American Collector Show.
He recalls the magic of walking into his very first flea market as a kid, “and when I walked down the aisle—I couldn’t believe the variety of items—vintage toys, bicycles—and I remember that everyone was having a good time.” His uncle owned a junk store, and when he was 8, he remembers sitting on the tailgate of his uncle’s truck. His uncle instructed him “If anyone tries to take anything, just start yelling.” Torres grins, “I would get a silver dollar and all the toys—I think that is why I still love vintage toys.”
Torres was surprised that Amador County didn’t have an established flea market when he and his wife Mary Panzarino (a professional mosaic artist and a dealer at The Agoura Antique Mart in Southern California) established their shop, Tigby Hill Vintage, in Sutter Creek. “Sutter Creek is the right venue, and Amador deserves a great monthly market.” Torres talked with fellow shop owners, dealers and collectors from across California, as well as folks at local yard sales. He also got feedback from visitors to their shop and at annual events like Dandelion Days and Trash-to-Treasures. His conversations convinced him that there is a need for a regular outlet for sellers, and plenty of locals eager to shop—along with a growing group of regional visitors looking for fun activities around which they can build regular trips to Amador County. “A flea market gives you a good old time feeling,” says Torres.
For more information contact Peter Torres at 661-609-1464 or email firstname.lastname@example.org