Second year visiting to see this event lasting two days---Majority of vendors showing mostly costume jewelry--special vendor showed Viola/Cello restored units for sale, two Numismatists, one Philatelist, Three or four small ceramic vendors dealing with early 20th Century items--
three or four maybe more actual antique and lamp dealers but small pickings, some WWI items, a rack of flour sack or embroidered items,---last year three large rooms of vendors, this year only one room and about 45 vendors---A Curley fry wagon out front, Lions chilli and dogs inside---local bakery had a nice offering---no other food items offered unless one went back to the restaurants. To visit here from more than 30 miles is perhaps OK, but for this event and traveling
overnight for two to three hours at best is not a good experience. $6 entry fee for two days is same as the Palmer Wirffs 450 vendor events. Attempted to talk with Friends of Ocean Shores Library but was rebuffed or flat out ignored. Parking is great--Restrooms are great---booths and greeters were great in the entry hall---not so great inside with the vendors.
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