Our Vendors

If you would like information about becoming a vendor at Rabbittown, check out this information and then drop us a line.

 Linda Divan –  Linda lives in Danville, Illinois and features antique furniture, smalls and country crafts at Rabbittown.
  Marsha Woodard – Marsha specializes in repurposing furniture and architectural finds into new, useable items.
Mike Kroll – Mike is known at Rabbittown as “The Beer Sign Guy”, but he carries a variety of items fit for the most manly of man caves.
 Sandee Shutes –Sandee Shutes presents antique and vintage memories including historical Danville items.  They also offer quaint crafts and gift baskets.
   Steve Packard – Steve is a long-time collector who brings vintage and antique memories to his booth.  If you haven’t seen it or thought of it for years, chances are it is in his booth!  his advertising items are very popular as are his vintage Steak-N-Shake items.
 Dawn Johnson- A local Photographer at heart, Dawn started shopping for props at Rabbittown and got hooked right away.  She has an eclectic mix of Antique and Vintage items.  Also, Fine Art Photography on Blank Greeting Cards and handmade Hair Accessories.  Please visit Dawn’s two Facebook Pages to get more detailed information on Products available.  Her Photography Page for Facebook is http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dawn-Johnson-Photography/111592892211577 and you can also find her Artisan Page, Strawberry Giggles at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Strawberry-Giggles/137120706362228 Please be sure to “like” the Pages on Facebook to be informed of new items and specials; and if you are not a member of Facebook, please view her personal website at www.dawnjohnsonphotography.com
   Carolyn Galeener – Carolyn offers handmade and vintage jewelry along with other whimsical items for your home.  Come see her display of jewelry, china, artwork and small antiques.
   Nanette Koerner and Cynthia Bookwalter – Nanette partnering as one of the “Two Crazy Ladies” combines her talents with Cynthia; offering an eclectic assortment of vintage, whimsy and much more.  Nanette is known as a long time business entrepreneur and property developer in Danville.  Specializing in Antiques and turn-of-th-century restoration – creator of Koerner’s Other Shoppe, the Gathering at 421 North Gilbert, Queen Ann’s Cottage, The Sheridan Street Showcase and the Bookwalter House Bed and Breakfast.  “Cynthia and I are energized and excited to show our loyal following that we haven’t lost our magic touch!  We invite you to lose yourself – take a mini-vacation and stop in for a taste of refined elegance.”
 Connie Jones and Johanna Depratt – Their booth changes almost daily with new pieces being added as other items sell.  Visit their Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/theredpoppy2 and like their page so that you can be updated when they post new arrivals.
 Dorothy McFarland – Dorothy was blessed with family members who hung on to all sorts of interesting vintage and antique items including some Danville.  Dorothy is one of the small but mighty vendors here at Rabbittown.  She constantly updates items to her booth so check back often.
 Donna Dieu – Donna thought she had beaten the Antique selling bug, but after just one visit to Rabbittown, she caught the fever again.  Donna brings old pieces back to life with small touch ups or full rehabilitation.  Her pieces fly out the door on a regular basis.
 Mary Delattre – Mary is a veteran of the Antique business, having collected for many years and selling in various settings.  Mary collected primitives before they were popular.  Her collection exhibits the depth of her experience and her keen eye for quality.  Her husband Larry also gets in on the action with his collection of hunting and fishing gear.
 Lavonne Rogers – A seasoned veteran of the local antiques community, Lavonne brings a soft, feminine touch to Rabbittown with her love of anything roses and her fine linens.
 Brian Skoog – Brian is a veteran deler and no stranger to the antique show circuit.  He and his wife offer an eclectic mix of smalls.
 Shane Rice – Shane has caused excitement among Rabbittown shoppers with his unique finds, eclectic style and reasonable prices.
   Jenny Trimmell – Jenny designs and constructs beautiful jewelry from old buttons.  She also carries small vintage and antique glassware.
   Gary Tucker and Karen Maguire – A formidable antiquing pair themselves, Gary and Karen have joined forces with Steve and Lynn Hughes to bring an eclectic mix of merchandise to Rabbittown.
   Lynn and Steve Hughes – Lynn and Steve who partner with Karen Maguire and Gary Tucker work hard to collect just the right pieces from Antique to Modern.
   Doug Rayburn – Doug is a long time collector who is new to dealing antiques.  Along with furniture, Doug carries a variety of vintage electronics.
   Doug Smutz and Jody Buck –  Doug and his sister Jody have for years shared their love of hunting down beloved items for their collections with customers all over the State.
   Richard and Ruth Jones – Richard and Ruth are long time collectors and dealers who still have the antiquing fever.  They will soon double their space at Rabbittown in order to showcase their furniture collection.
   Bob and Marlene Tucker –  Bob and Marlene present a pleasant mix of antique and gently used modern items for your home.  Collectors can find everything from Hummel Figurines to Pocket Knives here.
Photo Coming Soon  Kim Ratcliff and Tammy Carnaghi – Kim and Tammy are friends with a common style.  They have formed a team that brings country home decorating items suitable for a budget.  Visit them on the second floor, a turn of the century apartment lived in by the original owners of the building.
 Pam Martin and Cheryl Blackford – Pam and Cheryl are two friends who decided to jump into the antiquing world together.  They have named their business “Wimzee” which tells you a lot about their style.
 Melinda Tucker and Kerry Lenhart – Melinda and Kerry have filled their booth with “real” antiques.  With many years of collecting and selling between them, they have their fingers on the pulse of the antiquing community.
Photo Coming Soon  Kara Earles – Kara’s sense of style is immediately apparent when you enter her second floor booth, also known as Harvest Moon.  She brings very stylish primitive furniture and accessories to Rabbittown customers.
 Diana Jamison – Diana, of Somewhere in Time, has brought some of her inventory to Rabbittown.  Diana offers all sorts of home decorating items from furniture to whimsical accessories.
 Judy Lucas – Judy has an eclectic style in the Blue Eye Treasures booth.  She has been collecting for years and has a unique sense of style.
 Iain Paul and Sue Overman – Iain and his wife Sue Overman are seasoned veterans of the local antiques market.  They have a booth here at Rabbittown as well as in Champaign, St. Joseph and Arcola.  They feature glass and pottery here at Rabbittown and have one of the most popular booths here.