Hartville MarketPlace is three acres of indoor shopping where customers can find “makers, bakers and more all year round.” “Inside the MarketPlace, we’ve got more than 60 boutique style shops,” said Kirk Greaves, marketing and event coordinator for the two-story MarketPlace.
Located inside the Hartville Marketplace, The French Rooster offers clothing, home decor, accessories, home styling and more. Shop from a wide array of Christian-themed goods, and make sure to check out Reign Mercantile, a newly opened men’s and women’s clothing store, by the owners of The French Rooster.
Liven up your closet with some looks from Vita, located on the second floor inside the Hartville MarketPlace. The shop is full of unique styles for ladies of all ages. Find women’s apparel and accessories for every day in this 3000-square-foot store.
Allyson Bussey embraces the role of being Stark County’s cheerleader. As the president of Visit Canton, Bussey uses her energetic personality, her love of history, marketing and people, as well as her more than 15 years in the travel and tourism industry, to be Stark County’s megaphone for all places, people and attractions that lure tourists to visit Stark County and may encourage residents to explore more of their hometown.
The Hartville MarketPlace & Flea Market, an indoor retail mall and attached outdoor flea market, is an enormous and remarkably eclectic place. Vendor booths, on two levels, offer fresh meats and cheeses, memorial urns, wooden Amish-made furniture, Christian books, pottery, tutus for little girls, sports memorabilia, jewelry and so much more.
There’s just something about Lake Township that brings to mind a simpler, quieter, old-fashioned time. This growing area between Canton and Akron draws busloads of tourists to its well-known Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market and Hartville Kitchen.
From the French word “shop”; one that specializes in elite and fashionable items. Exclusive. Eclectic. Exquisite. Those are a few of the adjectives that describe a boutique, those charming, independently owned shops that reflect the proprietor’s sense of art and fashion, where stylish staff happily cater to clients and purchases are packaged in pretty paper bags with plumes of tissue paper, like a gift, even if it is yours to keep.
The Repository Select Rite Aid Stores Spee-D Foods Buehler's Fresh Foods Fishers Foods, including 44th Street NW, Tuscarawas St. W, Fulton Drive, Lincoln Way E. and Cleveland Ave. NW locations Aultman Hospital Gift Shop Mercy Medical Center Gift Shop Gervasi Vineyard Marketplace Carpe Diem Coffee Shop, downtown Canton and Belden Village Mall locations News Depot Avenue Arts Marketplace Yum Yum Tree Alliance Grapes in a Glass