Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Mesa Market Place Swap Meet
20 followers
20 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
We're ready to celebrate another wonderful weekend! Mesa Market Place is the perfect destination for you! Listen to some good music, enjoy a snack, and get a little walking in to keep that 'Fitbit' happy!

You'll love the shops and how relaxing your visit will be!

We're open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays 7am to 4pm each day. Free admission, free parking, and free live music in the Food Court in the middle of Row B.
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Looking for something special to do this New Year's Eve Weekend? Head over to Mesa Market Place! Look who's entertaining in our Food Court!

We're open New Year's Eve Weekend Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Dec. 29th, 30th, and 31st.... from 7am to 4pm each day!

Now relax! We've taken care of the big question, 'What's the most fun thing to do this weekend?' Head on over!
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Come meet
Joyce Galewick... She’s written an inspirational book drawing from her life experiences called…'Dance Till the Music Stops.'

Come meet her in person on Saturday, December 9, from 8:30am to 2pm at Mesa Market Place. She'll be on the third row, C-124, and will make her book available for $25, which is less than Amazon charges.

Joyce Galewick has experienced tragedy and grief, including the death of two of her three daughters, two husbands, and has herself almost died from cancer.

At the age of 77, she decided to share her story and to begin her life anew as an author.

"We all have a book waiting to be written inside of us," she says. This was my time. This was how I am able to share my wonderful daughters who passed with the world, and to leave a lasting legacy of love for my grandchildren and for my daughter who is a wonderful part of my life today.

She is grateful to have discovered how to live in joy, in spite of life's tragedies.

The delight in meeting her and in reading her book is how completely normal she is. She's not a religious guru, or an educator. She's just a simple person who's choosing to truly 'live' and 'dance' every day she is still alive.

She writes, “I want to be your ray of sunshine and show you that you can go on and that life can truly be beautiful… one day and one step at a time.

For as long as we wake up, we can listen to the music of life, and we can dance! So, dance till the music stops!”
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Come meet
Joyce Galewick... She’s written an inspirational book drawing from her life experiences called…'Dance Till the Music Stops.'

Come meet her in person on Saturday, December 9, from 8:30am to 2pm at Mesa Market Place. She'll be on the third row, C-124, and will make her book available for $25, which is less than Amazon charges.

Joyce Galewick has experienced tragedy and grief, including the death of two of her three daughters, two husbands, and has herself almost died from cancer.

At the age of 77, she decided to share her story and to begin her life anew as an author.

"We all have a book waiting to be written inside of us," she says. This was my time. This was how I am able to share my wonderful daughters who passed with the world, and to leave a lasting legacy of love for my grandchildren and for my daughter who is a wonderful part of my life today.

She is grateful to have discovered how to live in joy, in spite of life's tragedies.

The delight in meeting her and in reading her book is how completely normal she is. She's not a religious guru, or an educator. She's just a simple person who's choosing to truly 'live' and 'dance' every day she is still alive.

She writes, “I want to be your ray of sunshine and show you that you can go on and that life can truly be beautiful… one day and one step at a time.

For as long as we wake up, we can listen to the music of life, and we can dance! So, dance till the music stops!”Come meet
Joyce Galewick... She’s written an inspirational book drawing from her life experiences called…'Dance Till the Music Stops.'

Come meet her in person on Saturday, December 9, from 8:30am to 2pm at Mesa Market Place. She'll be on the third row, C-124, and will make her book available for $25, which is less than Amazon charges.

Joyce Galewick has experienced tragedy and grief, including the death of two of her three daughters, two husbands, and has herself almost died from cancer.

At the age of 77, she decided to share her story and to begin her life anew as an author.

"We all have a book waiting to be written inside of us," she says. This was my time. This was how I am able to share my wonderful daughters who passed with the world, and to leave a lasting legacy of love for my grandchildren and for my daughter who is a wonderful part of my life today.

She is grateful to have discovered how to live in joy, in spite of life's tragedies.

The delight in meeting her and in reading her book is how completely normal she is. She's not a religious guru, or an educator. She's just a simple person who's choosing to truly 'live' and 'dance' every day she is still alive.

She writes, “I want to be your ray of sunshine and show you that you can go on and that life can truly be beautiful… one day and one step at a time.

For as long as we wake up, we can listen to the music of life, and we can dance! So, dance till the music stops!”
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The Sundrops, a group of young folks will entertain at Mesa
Market Place on Friday, January 5, 2018 in our Food Court from
9am to 3pm! The event is free, and so is parking and admission!

Put this on your calendar, and be sure to stop by on Friday, January
5!

Mesa Market Place: 10550 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85209. Phone
480-380-5572. mesamarket.com - We're all about Recreational
Shopping!

Open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 7am to 4pm daily!
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
The public is invited to attend a Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance at the Mesa Market Place Swap Meet Saturday, December 2 at 11:30 a.m. in the stage area of the Food Court.

Cord Price will sing the National Anthem, and other songs.

The Patriot Youth Corps will remember those who gave their lives by performing the Salt and Wounded Warrior ceremonies.

Author Nancy Fassbender will speak about U.S. Navy Ensign George Hellworth Gilbert, who served and lost his life serving on the USS California, during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Nancy Fassbender penned, ‘My Fallen Hero,’ about Pinal County service people who gave their lives in wars and conflicts to protect our freedoms.

Precious few who survived attack Pearl Harbor Sunday morning, December 7, 1941 are left. Our World War II and Korean War veterans have long advocated for better care for more recent veterans through lobbying and service organizations like the Military Order of the Purple Heart, the American Legion, the VFW, and even the Veterans Administration.

And the Vietnam Veteran, who was shunned in the 1960’s and 1970’s by the public, is an advocacy powerhouse, partnering with Korean War Veterans to insure that Afghanistan and Iraq Veterans are cared for and honored properly, something denied to them.

This remembrance is not only to remember the 3,581 service people who died or were wounded because of the attack on Pearl Harbor, it is a tribute to the continuing sacrifices made by surviving Veterans and their families to insure that the returning veteran is supported and has an honored place at the American table.

Before and after the remembrance, adults and children are invited to write notes and color pictures to go into ‘Packages From Home’ care packages.

The Mesa Market Place is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. and is at 10550 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa, AZ 85209, at exit 193 Signal Butte Rd. and Hwy 60. Info: 480-380-5572 and www.mesamarket.com. Fully handicapped accessible. Free Parking, admission, and entertainment.
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Mesa Market Place will be featured on Channel 15's Sonoran Living edition on Thanksgiving Day from 9am to 10am (Thurs, Nov. 23)

Indeed, we're a treasure trove for gift-givers! And most merchants will offer Gift Certificates! Perfect gift-giving all the way around!

On Sonoran Living, you'll meet some wonderful merchants...

-Serendipity Silk Art, D-4. Bruce & Cindy will dip a white bandana creating a one-of-a-kind painted one!

-The Angel Store, D-37. Grady Soine will show you how to 'Angel-up your home!'

-The Dip Lady, C-206. Carla McPhee will show you how to create an Instant Party! No effort and tasty dips and sauces!

-Personalized CDs, Books, and Posters, D-193. Cherie Brown is able to customize a gift for anyone on your list, and they'll love it!

-Puzzle Arts and Brain Teasers, D-35. Ty Smith will show you dozens of beautifully crafted wooden and accented puzzles at every level of difficulty.

-Peace of Canvas, D-109. Colleen Campbell shows how a photo or original piece of art can be turned into an appreciated lifetime gift!

Now you've met six merchants. Come to Mesa Market Place any Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, 7am to 4pm and meet hundreds more merchants!! You'll walk a mile and a half to see them all!

Free admission, free parking, and free live music in our Food Court!
Visit our website www.mesamarket.com for coupons and more info!
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
We'll be open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 7am to 4pm each day all Holiday Season! Come join us! And here's our invitation to come join us for breakfast on Black Friday, Nov. 24 between the hours of 7am and 10:30am. Just $2... regularly $4.50 for 2 eggs, toast and hashbrowns!.
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
You'll have much more fun at Mesa Market Place than anywhere else this weekend! We've brought in some great entertainment, we've got the most creative and enterprising small businesses under one roof, too!
Make sure you shop around here first before you buy your fav people their presents. You're gonna find things here you hadn't even imagined you could find!!!
900 merchants stock 1600 selling spaces! Open Fridays, Saturday, and Sundays 7am to 4pm.
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Another sublime weekend is approaching! You're going to want to get out with your family and do something together! Mesa Market Place is your destination: great music, food and snacks.... and hundreds of wonderful merchants bringing in food, clothing, shoes, home decorations, and wonderful gift-giving ideas you won't find anywhere else!

We're open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays 7am to 4pm each day!
Photo
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded