VENDORS & ARTISTS
Ad Astra Vintage Finds
Steve & Carol Rogers
Steve and Carol have a large variety of garden decor, vintage and antique collectibles ranging from fiestaware to toys, ephemera including calendars and advertisements pieces, tobacco and coffee tins and a wide range of furniture. Carol's flair for vintage home decor and Steve's affinity for concrete statuary make for a winning team.
The Woolseys are a top notch team when it comes to being vendors. They have always enjoyed taking what would be considered trash and turning it in to something refreshing and fun. They have a lovely assortment of home furnishings and seasonal decor to explore.
I am Carleen Shatto, owner of Freya Botanicals, and I began making soaps in 2007 because of my love of artisan soaps and a desire to create natural skin products. My soaps are cold processed, retaining all the natural glycerin produced in the soapmaking process. And if you look at the labels, the products contain ingredients you are familiar with, either organic or food grade oils, NEVER detergents, dyes, or petroleum products.
Janette love to find fun in gardening and peddling vintage and antique goods. She has an assortment of quilts, vintage purses, rusty crusty farm toys, fine china and seasonal decor.
Mother and Daughter Duo, Amy and Emily, have a fanciful display of housewares and home decor accenting their metal plant stands. Their booth is filled with small trinkets, ceramic miniatures, vintage cookie jars, chalkware, fun lamps, and vintage glassware with a splash of nautically themed items.
Sparetime Arts and Crafts
Sherri with Sparetime Arts and Crafts has a real talent for painting, humor and one of a kind gifts. Sherri's booth is filled with unique, handmade gifts for the holidays including snowman and gnome sitters with clever signs "I'm sexy and I gnome it." "Toast a few s'more with your favorite gnomies" with her neat portable mini fire pots. Hand painted signs and hand crafted gifts galore that change with the season.
Hick Chicks offers unique, handmade, quality items at affordable prices.
We currently have cloth face masks, earrings, lanterns, night lights, kitchen towels, and more, all made by Kathy Smith of Hick Chicks available for purchase in the store.
Art on display is not for sale.
"Imagination is a powerful thing. With imagination, an ordinary stick becomes a magic wand, an old piece of parchment becomes a treasure map, and a favorite toy becomes a companion on an amazing adventure! With imagination, anything is possible!" - Just
Little Shop on the Prairie
You can find Patty's Little Shop on the Prairie in our back room. Filled to the brim with unique toys and games, pop culture collectibles, comics, tin signs, graphic t's, and seasonal items for home and play. She has an eclectic mix of old and new and a soft spot for the little ones. Kids and adults alike love exploring this filled-to-the-brim booth of odds and ends that you didn't know you needed in your life.
Sagebrush & Velvet
Cindy specializes in boots, horses, western decor and anything cowboy (or girl!).
The Sagebrush and Velvet booth is full of vintage refinished and antique furniture for the country home.
Collectible coins and money vendor. Specializing in American coins, everything from unusual commemorative coins to Morgan silver dollars to sets. If you are a coin collector, you won't want to miss Jason's cabinet.
Rosa and Erin have filled their booth with nostalgic items that remind them of Grandma's Basement, including vintage collectibles, antique treasures, and the odd yarn ball or two.
There are also impeccably constructed home sewn purses, bags, wallets, dish towels and whatnots - most made from vintage fabrics or embellished with vintage accents.
And don't miss out on Ruby's (9 yrs) handmade bracelets!
Mother of 7, including a set of 16 year old triplets and a love of the yard work & pickleball, we don't know how Penny does it all.
Her love of antiques and never ending curiosity of old things makes her booth a walk down memory lane. A large assortment of marble top vanities and dressers, school desks and antique chairs with accents of vintage hats, tea sets, crystal glassware, fine china and John Deere collectibles.
You might see Penny working the front desk on occasion, she'll greet you with a big smile and warm welcome.
Hart's Delight Antiques
The Hart's have been at this for over 30 years! You will find a story behind each of their treasures.
Their booth is filled with antique coffee grinders, cast irons pieces, ceramic housewares, jadeite, lady head vases, primitive items and a wide range of collectibles.
The perfect spot to find that one of a kind gift or piece to complete your personal collection.
Simply Sage Mercantile Co
Simply Sage Mercantile Co is a husband wife duo, whose booth is filled with a great mix of vintage items, refinished furniture, handmade shirts, "pump-kans," and seasonal decor. You can find them in our cozy barn wood room in the front of the shop. A lovely spot for their great mix of vintage finds and handcrafted goods.
Donna Cook owned and operated Rabbit Creek Products for over 35 years and has loved collecting antiques for even longer. Now retired, Donna runs a spice and mix shop at Capt. Cook's as well as being the Yard Art Queen! She is also a proud new Grandma and enjoys doting on her Grandson, Jimmy Mack.
Earl Duncan is 82 years old and a commercial pilot who decided, some 50 years ago, that dealing antiquities, was more fun than fighting the “Aviation Grind."
Earl had two Galleries in Denver, Colorado, the “Phoenix Gallery on 15th St. for 20 some years, as well as “Calliope” on Broadway.
Specializes in Carousel Figures, as well as Early Native American, and Bering Sea Eskimo Artifacts.
Lyons Creek Local, LLC is a husband and wife team running a very small farm business in Junction City, Kansas. Our Campfire candles are made with our own original blends of essential oils, and fragrance oils that are NOT subject to the California Prop 65 warning. We use sustainably harvested wood wicks and soy wax from soy grown in the U.S.A.
Local Louisburg-ian, Nick has an excellent collection of vintage and antique knives and military items.
A collector of everything clay and ceramic, with personal favs like McCoy, Lorra has an eye for vintage pottery and a pension for teapots. You'll love Lorra's collection of porcelain and ceramic decor, tobacco memorabilia and vintage linens.
When Bryan isn't out enjoying live music and working on cars as a seasoned gearhead and music lover he's out hunting for those special items that make us smile.
Bryan has an eye for display and has a booth filled with something for everyone: vintage books, unique home decor, fishing gadgets, boxes and bottles, art and vintage souvenirs.
One Little White Rose
Mother daughter duo own, a unique boutique with live plants, hand-crafted art, jewelry, home decor and more!
The company name was an inspiration to their Scottish heritage and Scottish Highland Coos.
Come explore their shelf for vintage planters, hand painted pots and retro trinkets all year round, in addition to visiting them in their mobile pop up trailer at special events throughout the metro.
The Clayton Family
The Clayton Family are the folks behind Recycled Homestead. Former owners of a well known and beautiful antique store in Adrian, MO, we are excited to have them here at Capt. Cook's.
Their love of all things vintage, antique and architectural salvage is only matched by the love of Mastiff dogs and home renovations!
Husband and Wife, Chris and Noel, along with daughters, Hannah and Abi have such a diverse and colorful selection of collectibles including Pyrex, Fenton, Glassware, Linens, Midcentury Decor and much much more.