Vendors came from all over, including Tennessee and Kansas City
bringing some unique antiques with them for display. A local collector from Richmond, Robbie Lee, said he had been busy all that morning at his booth set up with items including books, refinished furniture and other collectibles.
Both sides of main street were lined with vendors, as well as antique shops being opened such as the Log House Antiques whose owner was one of the coordinators of the event. Several vendors were set up around the grounds of their establishment. (see more photos on GoWayneCounty’s Facebook site).
both reported being very busy last Saturday, with lines at the counter in both places. It was a success as well for many who came to find a one of a kind antique or collectible, savor some good homemade food and purchase decorative gourds for the holidays. There was something for everyone and it will hopefully become an annual event.
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