Lucky for us, we never have plans, so when I asked the hubs if he wanted to go last night, he jokingly said, "I don't know if we'll have time. The only thing I had planned was mowing the yard."
I'm really excited to get to attend, especially since it's less than a two-hour drive from our house. I can't wait to see what I find to bring home!
Here's a link to the list of the vendors that will be there - there's over 150. It's going to be huge!
They will also have on-site antiques appraisals by members of the Antiques Roadshow staff, a farmer's market, and cooking demos.
Here's a link to the schedule of events for the weekend.
Tickets are no longer available in advance online, but they are available at the door. It's $16 per person for a one-day pass, and $20 per person for a weekend pass. We're only going the one day - Saturday (I wouldn't put Patrick through that much shopping - poor guy).
I'll be sure to bring my camera with me to photograph some of the lovely items for sale, and I'll post photos of anything that I get to bring home with me.