March 5-7, 2020
Registration IS OPEN!
Registration CLOSES on Saturday, Feb 29 at 11:59PM. You will still be able to print tags and enter items, but will not be able to register as a consignor. **Registration will close earlier if we meet our max number of registrants.
System will be LOCKED on Monday, March 2 at 6am; entry of items will be allowed after this date and time. ONLY the printing of tags.
New Convenient Location:
Former Roz and Ali location
Want to shop early?
Come consign with us! See our consignors and team members early shopping incentive HERE!! BUT, if you didn’t get to consign with us this market, you still have the chance to shop before the public! We will be open FREE to the public during the schedule below:
SCHEDULE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON
CKM will be donating collected coins from "Make the Change" to M.A.D.D. in memory of Dana's nephew, Graden Lovelace, who was killed by a drunk driver in August 2016. Just dig in your purse, couch cushions or the change from your purchase to add to the jar to help "Make the Change" happen.
2019 Spring Market, YOU helped CKM donate more than $300 to charity. Thank you for your generosity!
Some of the brands you will find at our sale are Chez Ami, Orient Expressed, Matilda Jane, Polo Ralph Lauren, Ragsland, Oilily, Hannah Kate, Mini Boden, Anavini, Strasburg, and Kelly’s Kids, just to name a few. So if you’re shopping for boutique bargains, you’ve come to the right place! Our discriminating acceptance policy will ensure that everything on our racks is great find!
You’ll find excellent toys, books, baby equipment and everything else baby/child related!
Vendors who specialize in custom children’s clothing, accessories, and gifts will be showcased at our sale!
We accept cash and credit cards with proper id (Min of $10 purchase).
We provide large shopping bags for your shopping convenience! If you bring a stroller, it must have a child in it! We will not allow shoppers to use strollers as “shopping carts.” However, feel free to bring a small laundry basket for shopping. It is encouraged to leave your children with a caretaker as it is very tempting for children to play with toys that are for sale. You will be responsible for your children and their actions.