Sunday Market Returns to The Factory

Sunday Market

The Sunday Market returns on April 8 to The Factory at Franklin from 10:00 am  – 4:00 pm. The Sunday Market will feature handmade goods designed by local artisans as well as high-quality vintage finds. Market admission is free, but guests are encouraged to learn about and support the community-focused non-profit highlighted.

The featured non-profit for Sunday Market will be Amazima Ministries International which was founded by Katie Davis in 2008. The organization, based out of Brentwood, Tennessee, feeds, educates and encourages the orphaned, poor and vulnerable in the country of Uganda. The name was chosen for this ministry because it represented what Davis longed to see take root in the lives of everyone who came in contact with our ministry. Learn more about Amazima here. 

Over 25 vendors are expected to be on-site for this weekend’s Sunday Market. Sunday Market organizers released information regarding what vendors you can expect. Here is a list of vendors to date.

A Mint Macaroon
Bela Begonias
Branded Collective
Bubo Handmade
Cedar Comfort
Edible Nashville
Elily Creates
Fleur Exotique
Greenwood Crafters
Knock on Wood Knoxville
Lauren Antoinette Designs
Light of Day Home
Lightshine Candles
Linda Stowe Designs
Linda’s Sweet Salvaged Pickin’s
M.Florita Jewelry
Mauro Seed Nash Vinyl
Original Organics Herbals
Parnassus on Wheels
Relik Vintage
Sabrosa Vintage
Sara Michele’s Knit Co
Sierra Paper Love
Succulent Shoppe
T. Geary Art Jewelry
Three Little Pearls
Wax Pops
Waking up Grey
When Heat Meets Rust
Whispers of Mercy
Wildhair Pottery

Food trucks that will be at the event will include Don Miguel Juicery + Rustic Kitchen
Yayo’s OMG, Donut Distillery, Piper and Leaf Tea’s, and King of Pops. At noon there will be a Chef demo with Edible Eats. Patrons will also be able to enjoy live music presented by Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor.

“The Sunday Market is a place to slow your pace and just spend the afternoon shopping, eating, socializing, and finding local opportunities to serve. We have carefully selected unique vendors creating a neighborly environment full of talented businesses we have right here in the greater Nashville area. We hope to fill your soul on a Sunday afternoon,” says Caroline Ritter, Director of The Sunday Market.

The Sunday Market will be located outdoors on the southeast side of The Factory in the same location as the Franklin Farmers Market. The Factory is located at 230 Franklin Road. The covered market will be held rain or shine.

Learn more about The Sunday Market, click here.