Antique Street Fair about to rattle into Mullica Hill

April 26, 2013 by  

The Mullica Hill Merchants Association is presenting the Antique Street Fair this April in downtown Mullica Hill this weekend. The area was named the ‘Best Antiques District’ in 2012 by SJ Magazine, and those in attendance are sure to find out why.

The fair will feature over 40 vendors who will be selling such items as antique furniture, collectibles, jewelry, pottery, and ceramics. In addition, many stores in the vicinity will be holding open houses and there will be plenty of food and drink to buy.

Visitors can also bring in two items to ‘Kings Row’ to be appraised by antiques experts. It will be a great opportunity to find out if any of those old items which have been passed down through generations and are currently stored in the attic are worth anything.

Vendors can rent space for $25 or a 10×10 foot tent for $50, and it is likely that they will come from all over southern New Jersey, including places like nearby Cherry Hill. No doubt they will be working with their local printing company to prepare for the fair, perhaps choosing to print postcards or digital business cards to hand out to visitors

The Antique Street Fair will take place in Mullica Hill tomorrow, April 27, and admission is free. In the event of a rainy day tomorrow, the organizers will try again on Sunday, April 28. Those who require more information can call Judith Salvino at 856-478-6556.