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York County’s Vintage Market To Feature 30 Vendors

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YORK-Early holiday shoppers looking for unique and one-of-a-kind items are in luck. York County’s Vintage Market will be held Saturday, November 6, from 9am to 3pm at McReynolds Athletic Complex.

The popular fall event is a favorite with those who enjoy restoring old furniture, shopping for vintage jewelry and clothing, and decorating their homes with unique handcrafted pieces.

Shoppers can browse the outdoor complex to search for farm antiques, old children’s books, vinyl records, vintage tools and unique home d├ęcor.

Village Events has an exciting lineup of 30 local vendors and artists who will be selling everything from antiques to repurposed favorites. Members of the Classic Cruisers Car Club will have some vintage vehicles on display, including a ’49 Ford, ’50 Ford Truck, ’56 Chevy 2-Door, and ’57 Chevy Nomad.

Live entertainment will be provided by Phil Poteat beginning at 11am. Concession stands will be open to serve lunch and snacks. For those on the more adventurous side, Kathi’s Clam Chowder will be selling lobster rolls and clam chowder; Coastal Thirst is offering tacos, quesadillas, breakfast sandwiches and beverages; and Pop’s Kettle Corn will have kettle corn and hot chocolate available for purchase.

Parking and admission is free of charge. The Yorktown Trolley will provide service from 8:30am to 3:30pm to shuttle customers and their purchases to and from their vehicles.

The rain date for the event is Sunday, November 7. The complex is a non-smoking facility. Pets are not permitted on the premises with the exception of service animals.

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