The city of Tyler and the Goodman LeGrand museum are looking for vendors for their first annual event, the Rose City Artisans & Flower Market. This great event will be a great place for local farmers, gardeners, artist, and plenty of others to bring their products right to their costumers. 

On the gorgeous grounds of the 1859 Goodman LeGrand museum, the Rose City Artisans and Flower Market will be an amazing event to participate in and attend.

The official press release for the event states, "Vendor applications are now being accepted for the Rose City Artisans and Flower Market at the Goodman, which is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, March 21 and Saturday, March 22."

The Goodman museum is located at 624 N. Broadway Avenue. This is a great location for folks to set up and show off their goods. So close to downtown, the museum and this event will surely bring a crowd of tourists and East Texans looking to spend their weekend exploring all the great experiences Tyler can offer.

The vendors are able to sell everything ranging from; garden decor, jewelry, home-baked goods, specialty foods, herbs and other plants, wine, and so much more.

With live entertainment and tours of the 1859 Goodman LeGrand museum, this event will be a delight.

Vendor application forms are available online at www.GoodmanMuseum.com. Just click on Rose City Artisans and Flower Market. For more information, please contact Patricia Heaton, the museum's curator at (903)531-1286. You can also email Patricia at pheaton@tylertexas.com.

Admission to this event is free. So if you do not plan on being a vendor, you should not miss this fantastic event. No one should pass this opportunity up. What a great idea to show what East Texas has to offer.