Join us Saturday, March 27, at the Belton depot  from 9 am – 2 pm for the seventh annual Community-wide Craft and Rummage Sale.

“There are already over 30 spots reserved by vendors,” stated BAMA volunteer Alison Darby. “There is definitely something for everyone and why not enjoy a spring day and shop for goodies!”

On the rummage side of things, there are people selling costume jewelry, clothing and accessories, tools, books, gently used furniture, sporting goods,  kitchen goods, fabric/quilting/notions, cameras, lawn equipment, electronics and games, and household décor.

Crafters include those selling woodcrafts and signs, hand painted furniture, wind chimes, handmade jewelry, woven rugs, paper crafts, wreaths, vinyl products, and holiday décor including Easter baskets.

Vendors representing Watkins spice products,  Norwex  chemical free products,   Gray Barn Collection, and Color Street Nails have also signed up to sell.

Sour dough bread, cupcakes and cakes, boiled peanuts, and other snacks will be available for purchase as well.

Historian Dr. Anne Peden will also be on hand to sell and personally sign copies of her new book about the Hwy. 25 route heritage.  Published by Arcadia, the book’s authors Anne Peden and Jim Scott travel the trading path and concrete highway to explore the fascinating history of the thriving stagecoach and wagon trail, over 3 centuries old.

Booth fees benefit the Belton Area Museum Association’s programs and vendors keep all profits.

For more information, please call Alison Darby at 864-958-5264 or Abigail Burden, BAMA Executive Director, at 864-338-7400. 

“We hope everyone will come out to check out the great bargains and one-of-a-kind items for sale,”  added Darby. 

Parking is free on the square, in the First Baptist Church parking lot, or behind the library. 

The Belton depot  is located in the middle of the Belton square at 100 N. Main Street.