Calling all thrifters, antiquers, and everything in between! If you're someone like me who adores and appreciates one-of-a-kind treasures that have been lovingly and carefully collected and hand-crafted, then The 2nd annual Idaho Vintage Market is where you want to be this weekend, September 17th - September 18th at Expo Idaho.
The Idaho Vintage Market is described as an "upscale vintage-inspired market." 60 amazing regional artisans and curators will be there selling things like original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home décor, outdoor furnishings, sweet treats, flowers, and more. You're bound to find something you just can't go without there.
The same creative women behind Wintry and Summer Markets, Amy Pence-Brown and Kristin Montgomery are the creators of the Idaho Vintage Market. Amy explained in 2019 to Greenbelt Magazine, “we wanted to create a market that focused on giving new life and re-loving old things while honoring their historic purpose.”
The Idaho Vintage Market will open on Friday at 4:00 pm and last until 8:00 pm that day. The second day, September 18th will start from 9:00 am and will last all day until 5:00 pm. Admission is good for both days if you purchase a Friday ticket for $10. Kids under the age of 12 are free. Tickets are available at https://www.eventbrite.com/.../idaho-vintage-market-2021...
Of course, there are some safety guidelines in place. IVM is asking guests to lease only attend you are feeling well. While it is an outdoor event, masks are encouraged in crowded areas and are available at the IVM Welcome Table just inside the ticket booth gate at Expo Idaho.

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