The 3rd on Third market returned to Dayton on Sunday, April 19, featuring live music, food trucks, baked goods and a variety of vendors carrying everything from locally made goods to antiques and collectibles. The rain-or-shine market is held on the third Sunday of each month from April through October at 1121 E. Third Street.

The season’s first outdoor market is this weekend, and we’re EXCITED

‘Tis the season for outdoor markets -- and the first one of the area kicks off this weekend.

3rd Sundays at Front Street Outdoor Market returns April 23 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at 1001 E. 2nd St., Dayton. The event will be held every Sunday from April through October.

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The recurring event is in conjunction with the artist studios and galleries in the Front Street Buildings.

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The outdoor market features antiques, collectibles, artisan items, handmade and homemade items, jewelry, furniture, upcycled and recycled items and more.

The 3rd on Third market returned to Dayton on Sunday, April 19, featuring live music, food trucks, baked goods and a variety of vendors carrying everything from locally made goods to antiques and collectibles. The rain-or-shine market is held on the third Sunday of each month from April through October at 1121 E. Third Street.

There will also be live music and food trucks.

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Bonus: It’s free and kid-friendly.

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The 3rd on Third market returned to Dayton on Sunday, April 19, featuring live music, food trucks, baked goods and a variety of vendors carrying everything from locally made goods to antiques and collectibles. The rain-or-shine market is held on the third Sunday of each month from April through October at 1121 E. Third Street.

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