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I’ve been coming here for years and absolutely love it. There are two buildings, one north of 285 and one south of 285. The one south has a lot more furniture some antique but many hand made or special order. There is a buffet with...More
We went for a weekend of vintage antiquing and found so many things. Found a pinkish Coral 1950s Philco Radio in beautiful condition. Also found Swung Glass from 1960s. They had a lot of vintage Fire King bowls. We could have stayed for a couple...More
So diverse and fun to see all the different vendors and unique items. Wanted to go for a long time but finally came from WI to do this. So worth the drive and experience. Can't wait to go back. Would definitely recommend.
First time going and wanted to check it out. So much to see. Friendly people. Lots of parking. Complimentary shuttle between the two buildings. The $5 entry fee is for both buildings and all weekend.
Small to large items with food vendors.
No waiting on a Saturday (mid day) found a parking place just as I entered-$5 per person to get in- The crowd was small and the South Building didnt seem to have as much as usual. It was fun and the vendors did not bother...More
Large buildings separated by the interstate. $5 admission covers both.
There is a shuttle between the two. Larger building and more vendors in parking lot on the east side. Plus: lots of stuff. Minus: there is absolutely no organization of vendors, so you have to...More
Bettye and I have been habitués since the 1980s, way before it was just the “Don Scott” Antique Market. This event started years ago as ElCo – named after the original partners, Ellen and Cookie.
The Reader’s Digest version: ElCo used to be at the...More
I had heard so much about this monthly show, that I finally inveigled my sister, a fellow antique lover to join me for a browsing escapade. What a day it was....soooo many different vendors of sooo many different kinds of things, it blew our minds....More