Antiques on the Lawn at Museum

The Museum of Wayne County History will again be hosting Antiques on the Lawn this year during Lyons Peppermint Days.The date this year will be Saturday, July 10 from 9am to 5pm. Those antique dealers already reserved are Richard Kelly with antique paper products; Chris Davis with glassware and bottles; Eleanor Atkinson and Carol Agnew with varied antiques;Coleen Roshia and Debbie Lewis with small furniture; Nancy Fobert from JJ Antiques/Antiquity Designs with varied antiques and Edson Ennis with antique paper products. Antique vendor booth space is set at $20. Although the Museum will be setting up a large tent, it is suggested that all vendors bring their own tents. The Museum of Wayne County History has free admission that day and always has many, many visitors that come up from the park where the majority of Peppermint Days activities takes place. There are a few booth spaces left. Those interested in renting booth space, please contact the Museum of Wayne County History at 315 946 4943 by June 30.The Museum of Wayne County History is located at 21 Butternut St. Lyons, NY. For more information check out the website, www.waynehistory.org.

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