Indie Arts & VIntage Marketplace – 2013 Schedule
A monthly Market of local, stylish, vintage, antiques, props, artisans, foodists , craftpersons, upcycled, recycled and junque!
June 1, July 6, Aug. 3, Sept. 2, Oct. 5
9 am – 4 pm rain or shine $5.00 admission
Glendale Town Center – back parking lot
62nd & Keystone, Indianapolis, IN
COUNTRY LIVING FAIR – 2013
DUCHESS COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, RHINEBECK, NY JUNE 7,8,9
OHIO VILLAGE, COLUMBUS, OH SEPT. 13,14,15
STONE MOUNTAIN PARK, ATLANTA, GA OCT. 25, 26, 27
WELCOME TO THE HISTORIC CITY OF FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE
1. HARPETH ANTIQUE MALL
Over 100 dealers in a 12,000 -sq. ft. air-conditioned building. Dealers offer a fine selection of quality furniture, china, estate jewelry, fine glass, art pottery, carnival glass, books, prints, phonographs, linens and collectibles. 1203 Murfreesboro Rd. in ALexander Plaza Mon. – Sat. 10-6, Sun. 1-6, MC/VISA 615-790-7965
2. COUNTRY CHARM ANTIQUE MALL
A fun place to shop since 1987. Three buildings of antiques and collectibles. Furniture, primitives, quilts, glassware, china, pottery, books, iron, home and garden decor, and much more. 301 Lewisburg Ave. Hwy 431 S, 5 blocks from Downtown. Tues – Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5, Closed on Mon. MC/VISA 615-790-8908
3. J.J. ASHLEY’S
Classic traditions in Country French and English Country. Specializing in European furniture. Located in Franklin’s Historic Farm and Feed Store. 125 South Margin St. Mon. – Sat. 10-5 AMEX/MC/VISA?DISCOVER 615-791-0011
4. SCARLETT SCALES ANTIQUES
A 1900 shotgun house filled with trendy antiques, architectural elements, iron lamps and tables made from old architectural salvage. 212 South Margin St. Wed./Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5 615-791-4097 www.scarlettscales.com
5. ARBOR ANTIQUE MALL
Three buildings under one roof of English, American, Primitive, and hand painted furniture, silver, estate jewelry, china, glass, linens and many rare collectibles. 212 Margin St. Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun, 1-5, MC/VISA/DISCOVER 615-599-1200 www.arborantiquemall.com
6. FRANKLIN ANTIQUE MALL
Oldest and largest antique mall in Middle Tennessee. Located in Franklin’s Historic “Ice House.” 251 Second Ave, South, Mon.-Sat., 10-5, Sun. 1-5 615-790-8593
7. BAGBY HOUSE
Browse throughout each room of this historic 1910 Sears and Roebuck catalogue home with 5000 Sq. ft, of antiques, furniture, collectibles, gifts, artwork, Mary Hadley Pottery, hone decor, indoor and outdoor garden accents and custom floral arrangements. 246 Second Ave. South, Mon.- Sat. 10:30-5, Sun. 1-5, MC/VISA 615-595-8645
8. HARMONY HOME
Offering a full line of furniture, home decor and garden accessories and gifts. Located inside an early 1800′s historical home with 5000 sq. ft. of shopping. 236 Second Ave. South. Open Mon. – Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5 All major credit cards accepted. 615-791-0414
9. LANDMARK BOOKSELLERS
Classic Old, Out- of print, Rare and New books, they also offer an extensive collection of Vintage magazines, maps, newspapers, photographs, postcards and prints. 114 East Main St. open 7 days a week 615-791-6400
10. WINCHESTER ANTIQUE MALL
Charming two story Antique Mall with a wide selection of quality antiques and collectibles in an inviting atmosphere with over 4000 sq. ft. of shopping. 113 Bridge St. Mon.- Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5 MC/VISA/DISCOVER 615-791-5846
11. ANTIQUES AT THE FACTORY
Everything from A-Z. Over 50 dealers in 15,000 sq. ft., located in the historic Factory at Franklin. 230 Franklin Rd. Open Mon.-Sat. 10:30-5:30. Sun. 1-5 615-591-4612
12. THE IRON GATE
Romantic, elegant, fragrant, whimsical. Chandeliers, candles, antiques, upholstery and garden elements. Full Design Service. 338 Main St., Mon. – Sat. 10-5 615-791-7511 www.theirongateonline.net
13. AVEC MOI
Avec Moi features a unique assortment of vintage glassware, silver plate flatware, tabletop and accessories. Also an assortment of novelty books, specialty foods and candles. 418 Main St., Mon. – Thurs. 10-5:30, Fri.-Sat. 10-6, Sun 1-4 ph. 615-791-9121
THE SPRINGFIELD ANTIQUE SHOW AND FLEA MARKET – 2013 Schedule
Clark County Fairgrounds, Springfield Ohio Next to Exit #59 on Interstate 70 www.springfieldantiqueshow.com
May 17 – 19 EXTRAVAGANZA THIS IS A GREAT SHOW!
June 14-15 FRI and SAT. ONLY
July NO SHOW
August 17 – 18 Inside & Out
September 20 – 22 EXTRAVAGANZA *THIS IS A GREAT SHOW AND THIS YEAR IT WILL BE A WEEK LATER THAN THE COUNTRY LIVING FAIR IN COLUMBUS, OHIO, WHICH IS SEPT. 13, 14, 15.
October 19-20 Inside & Out
November 16-17 Inside
December 14-15 Inside
December 2011 – Trip to Metamora, Indiana
Metamora, Indiana is an easy day trip to make from the Dayton or Cincinnati, Ohio area with a scenic drive full of country roads and small towns along the way. A little village of historical homes and buildings (turned into retail shops) Metamora sits along the Whitewater River Canal. Upon arrival, you may park your car and walk along the little side streets full of shops, eateries and old homes.
My favorite shop was “Antiques and Uncle Junque.” This is one of those places that you walk into, and go, “WHOA!” This little gem is packed full of, JUNK from top to bottom! You’re either going to LOVE this place or be so overwhelmed, you’ll head quickly back out the door. I was in heaven – LOL! If it’s winter time dress warm – this shop only has a kerosene heater which I spent about 2 hours sitting next to while the owners who are a Mother-Daughter team pulled boxes and jars down from every spot imaginable for me to peruse. I walked out of this shop with a large bag of goodies for jewelry making. By the way, if you take this trip with your hubby – tell him to go and get a cup of coffee or lunch, you’re going to be here for awhile.
Another fun shop but “totally” different from the first is “Meeting House Antiques.” This place is much larger and is set in an old Church. I found a fabulous 50′s vintage handbag here for 20$. It was leather and in great shape – can’t wait to use it! This treasure trove has a lot more funk to it… Old record albums, books, posters etc. I’m sure that the inventory changes so call first to see if they have what you’re looking for and for shop hours.
YES! That really is a REAL, large, beautiful Pine tree in the middle of the store. This photo does not do it justice – just stunning as you walk in through the double front doors (pictured above).
If you visit in December, be sure to walk around and check out all the historical homes all decked out for the Holidays. There is also an evening candlelight stroll along the canal with lanterns lit up along the way. Due to time constraints we were not able to stay for the evening, but could see all the lanterns set up for the walk – just waiting to light the path along the river.