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Artisan & Antique Market to be held in Richmond

The fall Artisan & Antiques Market, hosted by Historic Richmond Association, arrives in historic downtown Richmond October 13, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m, on Morton Street.

“This bi-annual show will feature an amazing array of quality antiques and handmade artisan goods from artists and dealers throughout the southeastern Texas area,” said Shereen Lary, chair and organizer, Artisan & Antique Market, Richmond, Texas.

The A&A market is a growing event that has attracted people from miles around to the charming historic district of downtown Richmond, according to Lary.

“Decorators, collectors, treasure hunters and bargain hunters alike dealing in perusing the unique artisan wares and interesting vintage and antique items, as well as getting a taste of the local cafés and unique boutiques Richmond has to offer,” Lary said.

Lary noted, European and American accessories, furniture, vintage garden items, glassware and textiles will be some of the offerings at the Artisan & Antique Market.

Also, local food vendors and performing artists will be entertaining the crowd for a fun-filled day.

“October is a great time of the year to be out and about antique shopping, so mark your calendars now and plan to enjoy a leisurely lunch or snack while listening to local talent perform,” Lary said.

For more information and/or vendor information, please go to the Historic Richmond Association’s website, or call 832.525.6105.

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