Placerville's 30th Annual Antique Street Faire and Vintage Marketplace
30 years of treasure seeking....you really can discover more than Gold in Placerville.
This year's Antique Street Faire and Vintage Marketplace will have antique vendors and vintage repurposers filling the street while the Gold Rush Chorus serenades shoppers.
The Hangtown Marshals will provide extra eye candy as they patrol the marketplace keeping it safe for all. There will also be a hospitality tent this year for faire goers to take a rest and enjoy shaded seating with food and beverages available for purchase from the Placerville Lion's Club.
We are still accepting vendors and you can download the application here.
The Merchants of Placerville welcome the faire goers to visit the shops as well.
Flowers on Main at 318 Main Street is a great place to find whimsical garden items and vintage pieces. It is also the perfect place to pick up some flowers for the loved one in your life.
You can also make all your floral arrangements for the special occasions in your life with Melissa and her staff of exceptionally talented floral artists.
Placerville Antiques is a major supporter of the Faire with Bev Fraga and Janet Sekany devoting countless hours to the coordination of the event. But most other days you can find them among the treasures in the shop at 448 Main Street.
Another major faire contributor is Renee Hargrove of Hartwick House, who's attention to detail will be a hallmark of this event.
Violets are Blue is a women's consignment boutique located at 450 Main Street specializing in contemporary and Vintage women's fashions. With genuine enthusiasm for her customers and their fashion needs, friendly ambiance, tranquil blues and world music, proprietor Denise Allison creates a fun, affordable, and relaxed shopping experience. Whether you're a resident or just passing through, Denise and her qualified staff will assist you with professional expertise and hospitality!
Nancy and Celia of The Bookery would love to help you find what you are looking for among the vast shelves and myriad stacks of gently loved books. They've been in business almost as long as the Antique Faire has been around and in those years they have managed to collect thousands of good reads. You can check them out at 326 Main Street.
Put August 26th from 8am to 3pm on your calendar so you don't miss this fun annual event and help us make its 30th anniversary one to remember.