Check out what the 10th annual Kountry Junkin’ Vintage Christmas Market had to offer
RAPID CITY, S.D. – The 10th annual Kountry Junkin’ Christmas Market took place at the Central States Fairgrounds on Saturday, December 3. With 100 vendors from around the region participating, the market had tons of handmade and vintage goods to offer.
Kountry Junkin’ also hosts a couple of other markets throughout the year, but their Christmas Market is one of the bigger ones.
This year was slightly different from previous years.
The owner, Amy Gustafson, is starting a charity called Breaking Bread. A portion of the proceeds from the market will go to the charity that will help provide food for hospice patients and their families.
“A portion of all proceeds from Kountry Junkin‘ are now going to this charity to help feed our hospice patients and their families. I’m hoping to grow it enough that I can also feed our patients who are going through chemotherapy, new moms getting out of the hospital,” said Gustafson.