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2013-03-21 / Community News

Lexington Semi-Annual Antique Show and Sale


Ian (left) and Erin Thames of Lexington enjoyed some mother/son time together at the show. Ian (left) and Erin Thames of Lexington enjoyed some mother/son time together at the show. The first Lexington Antique Show and Sale was a huge success, as hundreds flocked to the Lexington Park Building last Friday, Saturday and Sunday, to peruse the merchandise featured by 17 vendors from across South and Central Texas. The next sale, sponsored by Angel Kisses Antiques and www.Clickit2Bidit.com, is scheduled for September 20-22, 2013. Here are a few pictures of some of the folks who enjoyed shopping at the event.



Victor Yurk of Lexington bought a gorgeous china/curio cabinet from Conner Lindsey (right), who was a featured vendor from Taylor. He owns Wooden Heart Antiques and Refinishing. Victor Yurk of Lexington bought a gorgeous china/curio cabinet from Conner Lindsey (right), who was a featured vendor from Taylor. He owns Wooden Heart Antiques and Refinishing.

Lexington resident Pat Carey (left) shopped at Debbie Matson’s booth, which featured an estate closeout sale at the event. Debbie is also a Lexington resident. She and her husband own Kenmark Kennels in Blue. Lexington resident Pat Carey (left) shopped at Debbie Matson’s booth, which featured an estate closeout sale at the event. Debbie is also a Lexington resident. She and her husband own Kenmark Kennels in Blue.

Lucy Torn (right) shopped with her daughter, Jana King, and grandson, Easton King. They are all Lexington residents. Lucy Torn (right) shopped with her daughter, Jana King, and grandson, Easton King. They are all Lexington residents.

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