Santa is going to stop over to the DI Winter Market in Sand Lake on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9th from 10 a.m. to noon. Be sure to bring your camera with you.
The Develop Iosco (DI) Winter Market was launched in November of 2022 with much enthusiasm from our local communities. The Sand Lake Community Center is located in the CENTER OF IOSCO COUNTY and allows summer market vendors to continue to sell their products year around. In addition to some farm fresh items, vendors can also sell their specialty gifts and crafts.
The Winter Market takes place every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (November thru March) at the Sand Lake Community Center located at 4059 Indian Lake Rd., National City.
We'll see you when the market opens again on November 4, 2023.
$10.00 per table (you can reserve more than one table if space allows)
You will need to reserve a table by 4pm Thursday of the week you wish to participate. You can do so by emailing the Winter Market Manager at email@example.com You will be asked to sign a Vendor Agreement (available for download below) before you start selling on Saturday. That form will be available for you to sign at the market (no need to print out).
Develop Iosco is a 501-c-3 nonprofit volunteer organization promoting economic development in Iosco County. Our goal is to support small businesses as they serve both year-round residents and seasonal visitors to our community.
Tourism is an important aspect of economic development in Iosco County; therefore, we have a Tourism Committee and this is one of their new initiatives. The Winter Market generates revenue for small business owners and the local economy.
The market is held at the Sand Lake Community Center located at 4059 Indian Lake Road, National City MI 48748.
We recognize that your GPS will likely not be that helpful in actually locating the market. We're sorry about that. We are working on that issue. In the meanwhile, here is a map if you need it. As you look at the map, Tawas City would be to your right (East) and Hale would be located up off the upper left corner of the map, coming in on 65 (unless you're using the backroads).