The Gaylord Downtown Antiques & Collectibles Market promises treasure hunters good weather and an entire city block of vintage items from which to choose.
The market will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday under the Pavilion on Court.
Vintage music from the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s will play
on the Pavilion’s sound system.
About 18 vendors are expected to bring hundreds of their newly discovered antiques and artifacts to be offered for
“The Gaylord market is always a festive event,” said Sheila E. Molenkamp, event promoter. “Besides shopping for great deals, both in quality and price, shoppers often meet friends and neighbors who they haven’t seen all
winter. And the farmers market will be open for this first time this season across from the Pavilion.”
Molenkamp said the vendors offer a wide selection of items from rustic and primitive furniture, to glassware, pottery, toys and books.
“You never know what you might find, but chances are you will see some unusual items,” she said.
There is no admission to the antiques and collectibles market and parking is free.
Call 732-5392 for information