The Big Red Barn Marketplace formally known as The Big Red Barn Swap Meet, have changed their name to go with the total remodel of the barn and the new vendors. The Barn is more like a mini mall, with over 12,000 square feet of shopping including food, a movie theater that shows free great movies every Friday – Sunday at 1:00 pm, and great vendors who have come from standalone stores. The owner of the Barn, Denise Blanchette, wanted a great family environment for the entire family, including pets. There is a play area for the kid’s that has seating for the parents also great seating in the lobby with a checker board. The shopping is second to none.
Bear Ridge Trading owners Al and Pam, have been in Heber-Overgaard for the past 12 years. Their last two years has been in The Barn. They sell fine jewelry, cabin and home décor, and a large selection of gift items.
J’s Woodworking and More owners Joe, Jackie, and Princess have been in business for seven years. Their first three years was in Phoenix and the last four have been with us in the Barn. They sell a large variety of personalized merchandise including T-shirts, pictures printed on about anything, pet tags, license plates and much more. Check out their ready-made transfers or order your own design.
From Rags To Riches Boutique and Dan’s Man Cave owners Dan and Nancy have been in Heber-Overgaard, off and on, for over 10 years. They sell men’s and women’s clothing and camping supplies. Nancy also formally known as Millie’s Bar and Grill is the new owner of the kitchen at The Barn. She is very excited to be able to get her great food back to the community.
The Outlaw Artist owners Wayne and Diane are happy to open for their first year at The Barn. Wayne’ unique style is characterized by the hand-carved feathers he fashions from various types of metal including, brass, bronze, copper, mild steel and stainless steel. His distinctive sculptures demonstrate a regard for the past by portraying aspects of early life in the Southwest. This historical approach results in subjects that not only highlight creativity, but also serve as homage to previous cultures. A self-taught artist and former ironworker for 16 years, Wayne began his creative career while learning to shape pieces using a welder and gas torch between jobs. He has displayed his work at more than 30 juried competitions throughout Arizona.
Farm Fresh Antique owners Cliff and Abby say, “If you’re looking for the old and rusty farm stuff, then this is a place for you!” Each year they go back to the Midwest and dig around for the old farm wheels, buckets, tractor seats, and all the old bits and pieces they can find. They guarantee it will bring back good ol’ memories.
Hilltop Vintage Décor owners Tim and Teresa started out making “rusty” art pieces, from relics found in areas of the Sonoran Desert, a few years ago. With much success throughout various locations in the valley. They now have come to The Barn. They offer a variety of antiques, quiltings, rustic creations, and much more. They try to have interesting items for everyone, and many of which are one of a kind. They take special orders for quiltings and rustics.
The Ranch Hands owners Dean and Jason are starting out at the barn, for their first year! Dean, being a horse and outdoor enthusiast, has collected a variety of tack and western art over 50 years in Arizona. If you want to sell or trade unwanted items he would be glad to check out what you have. Come and check out his great selection. Jason, on the other hand, has a background as a mechanic, handyman, and a gun enthusiast. He opened The Ranch Hand to give himself the opportunity to share his knowledge. In doing so, he also has the opportunity of selling his items at a fair price, to customers, so they can enjoy them.
Sue’s Stuff owner Sue carries a nice selection of vintage glassware, handmade items, crafts, household items, and décor. Come say hi to Sue and check out all her various items.
Sylvia’s Treasures owner Sylvia is enjoying her new experience, as a vendor, at The Barn. Most of her inventory are old treasures passed down, from her grandmother and mother. Her other treasures are hard to find items she collected and is now offering to the public. Her husband, David, owns a local Heber-Overgaard business, called The Two-Sixty Barber Shop.
If you or your family is looking for any type of gifts or household items, this is the place for you! Go see what they have – you won’t be disappointed.