FAQ

FAQs

1. Is Mack's Market a year round shop?

No, Macks New Market and Mack's Merry Market are twice yearly special event barn sales. There is not a full time brick and mortar store.  For every time you wished for your favorite independent stores to shop from, this is your chance!  They Pop Up for your shopping pleasure from all around the state and beyond, for a fantastic two day market!

2. Where is The Red Barn?

The Red Barn at Sycamore Farm is located at 5001 Poplar Drive, Terre Haute, Indiana 47803

3. How do I get there?

Take exit 11 off of I-70. Merge onto Indiana 46 West / US 40 E for 2.1 miles. Turn left onto Poplar Street (also called Highway 42 in some GPS systems) for 0.4 miles. Destination on the left.  Big. Red. Barn.

4. Where can I buy tickets?

Coming in 2017 tickets will be available through Paypal here on our site, and at select locations.  Ticket sale opening will be announced here and on social media.

5. Will there be food available?

Yes, from various food vendors, and a cash bar!

6. Who is in charge of the Markets?

Macks Markets are hosted by 3 friends - Gretchen Kraut, Yvette Morgan, and Marilyn Oehler. Yvette is the lucky owner of Modern Charm Boutique in downtown Terre Haute, and Gretchen and Marilyn are a daughter/mother team of artisans who also do select shows. Each have many years of vendor and retail experience!

7. Who is Mack?

J. Mack Wilson was a forefather of Sycamore Farm. He raised his family there and operated a thriving farm. In his retirement Mack sold antiques of all sorts from his beloved Red Barn.

8.  What is Preview Night?

Preview night is for everyone!!  It is simply an early buying opportunity, to get the best of the best from our small business shops.  You don't need an invitation!  Just purchase your early buying ticket and bring your girlfriends!  This is the best of both things - a shopping night, and a party!  (we still hope you will come back on Saturday too!)

9.  What if I have questions?

Feel free to email us at macksnewmarket@gmail.com.
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