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Unique treasures from local farmers and artisans!

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

*The Market is held most Saturdays except holidays
2023 Holidays include April 8, October 14, November 25, December 23 and 30

Volunteer at Sterling’s Market –
Be a Part of Sterling’s Crew!

Sterling’s Crew volunteers welcome guests and set up and tear down the Market. Sterling’s Crew also assists vendors with loading in and out. Come join the fun, serve the community, shop, and make new friends.

Join the fun.


St Hubertus Wild Game Stewards
Angie’s Gardens
Rise and Shine Farm
ZoZo Fresh
Dream Weaver Textiles
Thomas Martin Art
St Hubertus Wild Game Stewards
Cesar’s Famous Salsa
St Hubertus Wild Game Stewards


Welcome to Sterling’s Market

About the Market

Sterling Reckling was a fine young man who grew up only blocks from St. Martin’s in the Tanglewood neighborhood. A young entrepreneur, Sterling birthed his own dogfood and dog treat business, St. Hubertus. By chance, Sterling also lived next door to the Rev. Dr. Russell J. Levenson, Jr., the Rector of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church.

A few years ago, Sterling shared with Dr. Levenson that many of his fellow “market” friends had expressed an interest in offering their goods a regular weekly market to the good folks of our local neighborhoods. When Sterling lost his life in 2021, his parents, James and Elise Reckling, and Dr. Levenson began a discussion about the type of “market” Sterling envisioned and how it could compliment the neighborhoods around St. Martin’s and beyond while serving as a lasting memorial to Sterling. The result is Sterling’s Market.


Prepared Foods

Freshly made food and drinks available for sale and immediate on-site consumption.

Value Added

Culinary products, salsa, hummus, cider, dog food or treats, baked goods, herbal products and more.

Agricultural Producers

Local produce, meat, meat products, eggs, cheese, yogurt, honey, soap, yarn, wild-crafted items and more.


Products created by a local artisans utilizing materials from outside the area and integrating with local products.

Nonprofit Booth

Nonprofit, non-partisan organizations, pet adoption groups, awareness groups, educational, community groups are welcome to come share information about their organization with the community. Please see guidelines and application button below.

Examples: pet adoption groups, awareness groups, educational, community groups

  • Nonprofit, non-partisan organizations may apply for complimentary booth space at the Market based on availability.
  • No fundraising allowed at the Market.
  • No sales activities allowed.
  • No aggressive marketing allowed, i.e. a membership drive, walking through the Market from your table for a solicitation, etc.
  • Commercially packaged food (water bottles, snacks, candy) may be given away free.

Unique treasures from local farmers and artisans!


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