Catching Up!



February 22, 2021

What's been going on with The 606 Market? 

First and foremost we would like to thank you for supporting our Small Business. This was truly a dream of Chasida, Monica & Amy to own a brick-n-mortar store. However, little did we know what would happen just 3 months after we opened the doors. .

On November 30, 2019 (Small Business Saturday) was our Opening Day! What happened just 3 short months later was devastating, not only to us, but to all the of Small Businesses.The Governor gave the order for all the non-essential businesses to shut down on March 21, 2020.. Boy oh boy that was a blow to all!

So what did we do? Yep you got it, we put our heads together and started the "Small Business Big Heart" T-Shirt Campaign. Because of the community we were able to give to 12 non-essential businesses from the sales of the t-shirts.

With the business unable to open, we decided it was time to move to online, so we created our website:

For those that are not familiar with The 606 Market, we are and Upscale Vintage Market and Studio, in which we have vendor booths. Each vendor offers something unique & different.

Our Market is mainly one-of-a-kind items, therefore we generally have only 1 of that certain item for sale, once it's sold that's it.There's no more available.

 Our inventory changes daily, if you're looking for something we probably got it. Just ask! 


"The Workshop is up and running"

When we opened our doors, one of our visions was to offer "workshop classes"

Guess What?? Our first class is March 20th. We couldn't be more excited..

 This workshop will be "Farmhouse Riser”. How exciting is that!!!

 What do you need to bring? Just your creativity! All materials are provided.

What types of workshops are we offering? Let's take a look!

  • Painting
  • Building Decor
  • DIY
  • Crafting
  • Learning Colors
  • Kids Painting/Learning
  • Drawing
  • And Much Much More

To book a workshop class:

Birthday Parties, Girls Night Out & Private Parties are available.

CDC guidelines are strictly followed for each in-person class.


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