2021 SHOW DATES
SPRING SHOW: Cancelled
FALL SHOW : October 19-24
- Our 39th Year! Showcasing two full floors of vintage and antiques, primitives, local artist hand-crafts, seasonal home decor, local gourmet foods, and more, in our gorgeous country setting housed in a historic 1917 Grange hall. Free admission!
Time Until Our Next Show!Opening Day Fall 2021October 19, 2021The big day is here.
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We had a wonderful opening day and had many raves about our 3 new themes this show: Victory Garden, Vintage Carnival, and Merci Bouquet. Plus so many repeat favorites. Open two more days…. Friday and Saturday.
We are thrilled to announce a very special guest for our Spring show….Aunt Adeleine’s Vintage! Wonderful handcrafted jewelry pieces made from vintage treasures and found objects. Every piece is a splendid work of art and we are so excited to … Continue reading
Here’s all the info for our next event in April 2016!
Our Spring show was so much fun! We debuted two new vignettes….Tropical Beach and Vintage Travel and added several new wonderful antique dealers to our already stellar group of vendors…so our collection of treasures was the best ever! Many customers … Continue reading
There are over a hundred fabulous pieces of furniture at the show! Tables, chairs, cupboards, hutches, an armoire, desks, coat racks, buffets, night stands, coat racks and much more! Many new arrivals since our opening! Friday hours 10am to 7pm … Continue reading
Not that you needed another reason to come celebrate with us at our party Tuesday night…but this one is a doozy! Gail from Artistically Restored is donating a lovely painted chest for a door prize drawing and one lucky guest … Continue reading
Have you heard the news? Brookhaven is going to be featured in the national magazine Flea Market Decor! And we are celebrating! Come join us! Mom is doing the most amazing food….we will be serving champagne and sparkly cider, Gail … Continue reading