Category Archive: Events

Articles about events of interest to collectors.

Jun 20

Kilgore…

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From Gladewater, head South on TX-271 to FM135 to Kilgore, home of the famous Kilgore Rangerettes and some fantastic treasure hunting! Follow the signs to Downtown (Look for the large rows of old oil derricks) and find your way to Main Street. Alley Cats Antiques and Gifts at 213 E. Main has beautiful antiques, primitives, …

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Jun 19

Big Sandy … Hawkins… Holly Lake

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You’ll want to visit Big Sandy on a Saturday, because Saxon Auctions: The Longest Running Auction in the State of Texas happens every Saturday night at 6:30pm. To get there, head East of 80 and when you get to the lake in Big Sandy, look on the North hill to see the auction barn. The …

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Jun 19

Athens…Ben Wheeler…Murchison

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    From Canton, head South East on HWY 64 and take a slight Right on 271 to Ben Wheeler. This charming town has many shops, but be sure to check out renowned Decoy Artist R.D. Wilson and other artists exhibiting at Far Out Fest June 22-23.         From there, head South …

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May 14

Key Antiques & Collectibles opens in Tyler with a warehouse full of treasures!

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  Key Antiques & Collectibles Buy and Sell Antiques & Select Consignments Antiques, Collectibles, Lamps, Signs, Toys, Quilts, Jewelry, China, Head Vases, Singer Sewing Machines, Furniture, Art, Primitives, Garden, Décor, Glassware: Vaseline, Fenton, Blenko, Pilgrim and more … A HUGE Selection to browse both inside and outside their spacious warehouse! NOW OPEN Wed – Fri …

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May 11

Ye Olde City Antique Mall and Market Spring Fling Just in Time for Mother’s Day

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May 9-11 Tyler’s Ye Olde City Antique Mall and Market Spring Fling Sale is happening now. Stop in today to find the perfect gift for Mother’s Day, or something special for yourself. 10a-5p at 302 E. Locust Tyler, TX 75702 Call 903-705-1145 (Mall) or 903-705-1144 (Market) www.oldcitytyler.com

May 09

Get a Free Sample Size Ce Ce Caldwell’s Chalk Paint at Moore Than Imagined

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In addition to the some 10,000 square feet of Antiques Collectibles and Gifts inside Moore Than Imagined in Tyler, the shop is also the exclusive East Texas distributor of Ce Ce Caldwell’s Chalk & Clay Paints.These all-natural, non-toxic paints are perfect for any shabby chic project. The warm color options make any piece of furniture, …

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May 06

Now and Then in Tyler and Lindale: Where Thrift Meets Antiques

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The 2005 World Almanac predicted that the United States was becoming a “thrift nation” and I believe they were right. There’s one store that is really capitalizing on the thrift trend by combing two stores in one. When you walk into a Now and Then store, either in Tyler or Lindale, you’ll see two stores …

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May 02

Upcoming Area Events – May 2013…

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May 1 Hawkins Farmer’s Market Opens – Farm fresh local fruits, vegetables, honey nuts and more. Highway 14 Hawkins May 2-5 – Canton First Monday Trade Days, World’s Largest Flea Market Free all day on Hwy 19 Canton 877-462-7467 www.visitcantontx.com May 3-4 Mineola May Days  – Arts, crafts, food, entertainment and fun for the whole …

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Apr 06

Area Events in East Texas

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April 13 Grand Opening Stonewall Jackson’s – Armory and World Coin Gallery grand opening celebration. Coin collections buy, sell, trade. 114 South Johnson Street Downtown Mineola – 903-258-3242 April 13 Dalton Days & Wild West Show – Family entertainment, children’s activities Adults $6 / $8 at the gate, Children (3-12 years) $4 Gregg County Historical …

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Apr 04

Around East Texas…Tyler: Fancy’s Run Vintage and Gifts

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There are so many unique things found at Fancy’s Run in Tyler, it’s as if you’ve tumbled down the rabbit hole and landed upside down into a magical place filled with more than 20 vendors selling colorful hand-made or vintage arts, crafts and gifts. From the cheetah painted front door to the garden in back, …

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