Lexington Antique Show and Sale Starts Friday
Lexington’s own Fall Antique Show and Sale runs this weekend, opening on Friday, featuring many vendors from all across Texas, including antique tractors, for eveyone to enjoy. The Spring Show was a great success, and there are even more vendors for this one.
This weekend’s event, which will be held in the Lexington Memorial Park Building on Highway 77, will feature a wonderful mix of fine antiques to trendy French Country. Bill Garrett with Garrett Antiques returns with his exquisite antique furniture, as well as vintage and antique stained glass, antique silver coins and more. Jean Dowdy, owner of the Dowdy House in Lexington, enters the realm of vendors, featuring her fine American antique furniture and gift items.
Don Hafley returns with additions to his collection of Civil War era weapons and artifacts. Judy Barrett enters the scene too, featuring an eclectic mix of vintage collectibles. Joseph and Anna Kachinski bring a wonderful assortment of American Indian relics, as well as many other treasures, and Robyn Brockenbush returns with her repurposed furniture and decorating items.
Pat Rodriguez, a regular at Austin’s City-Wide Garage Sales, is new to the mix, featuring antique glassware, Coca Cola memorabilia, and vintage and antique toys.
Other vendors include Angel Kisses Antiques, the producer of the Lexington Antique Show and Sales, Tonya Rodgers of Country Estate Auctions and Clickit2Bidit.com, Verlene McNeil, Karen Hash from Reagan, Texas, Sheryl Hairston, James Smith, Joyce Graves, Bob Barrett, Dan Bullach, Melissa Braun, Monty Beyer, and more.
Tom Murphy and some of his friends will once again bring their antique tractors, and, just like in the Spring Show, the food is always delicious.
Join us this Friday and Saturday, from 10 to 7, and again on Sunday from 10-2, at the Lexington Memorial Park Building, for a fantastic show that promises to bring a little of something for everyone.