This a HUGE venue, the last TH/FRI/SAT every April/June/September--over 1200 dealers from 30 states...They have it all for collectors & antique buffs. I bought an old solid teak ship's door w/porthole for $100., use it as my kitchen pantry door. Famous up/down the East Coast
What DON'T they have? 2 fruit/veg. stands; multiple butchers (you gotta visit Dietrich's--all hand-made meat specialties, incl. liverwurst & headcheese (encased in stomachs), great kielbasa (go figure, in a Pa. German place!), doggie bones, fresh local steaks, wursts (your choice of lamb or hog casings); Nancy's Mediterranean goodies (all made by Nancy--hummous, baba, etc.); Pretzel man; fish market (they'll make you a sandwhich from anything they sell); bakeries/breads; On Sat' there are inside & outside flea mkt. vendors, haggling encouraged. This place is a must; Fri/Sat only.
This shop, run by Old Order Mennonites, is a treasure trove for quilters and anyone who knits, sews, crochets. The women working here are friendly & knowledgeable. People drive from a distance to explore here and usually leave happy & loaded down with fabrics. They carry Bernina sewing machines. My neighbor even buys muslin here to sew into bags for making summer sausage.
A few miles from "downtown" Kutztown, Echo Hill has something for everyone. Run by Mennonites, they carry everything any foodie or amateur/serious cook would desire. Flour? Over a dozen types, many organically grown. Multiple types of oils, sugars, noodles, grains (from bulghur to spelt). A small lunchmeat counter w/great prices; vegan foods; holistic remedies; an entire aisle of herbs/spices. Need a 55 gal. drum of wildflower honey? Got It. , also available in 6 oz. bottles. If you wanna make your own sausage, they have the grinders, the sheep or hog casings, and all the cures/spices...you only need to supply the pig. Check it out if you're anywhere in this neck-o-the-woods, folks drive the 1+ hour from Philly to shop here.