Fifth Annual Antiques and Collectibles Show set

From press reports

Exhibitor display spaces are still available for the fifth annual Antiques and Collectibles Show and Sale May 24 at First United Methodist Church in Louisville, Mississippi. A wide variety of antiques and collectibles will be shown and available for sale.
All products included in the show and sales will have been produced prior to 1975; no arts and crafts items will be included. This is the fourth staging of this event and is held in conjunction with the annual Red Hills Festival in Louisville. The event will be held in the church’s Christian Life Center between 8:30 am and 3:00 pm.

Scenes from previous events

Scenes from previous events

A number of antiques dealers and collectors from throughout the area will join with church members who will also have a variety of items on display and for sale. Early reports indicate a variety of offerings: glass and vinyl records, comic books, varied furniture items, dishware, glassware, sewing machines, primitive tools, tables, rockers, chairs, tape recorder, old audio speakers, glass syringes, pharmaceutical bottles, walking canes, and many others.
Breakfast (beginning at 7:00am), lunch, and cold drinks will be prepared by church members and available for purchase. The show venue is air-conditioned and easily accessible from other Red Hills Festival activities.
No fee is charged to exhibitors for display space. Exhibitors may bring their own tables or rent them from the church. The venue is ground level and includes easy double-door access. Exhibits can be set-up on Friday afternoon or Saturday morning; all booths must be show-ready by 8:15 am on Saturday. Interested exhibitors should contact First United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 523, Louisville, Mississippi 39339, by telephone at 662-773-8064, or by email at fumcmusic80@gmail.com.
“This show and sale has been a very successful activity for the last four years. We are very happy to be able to stage the event in conjunction with the activities of the Red Hills Festival,” reported Jerry Nance who coordinates the annual event for the church. “The United Methodist Men’s group and the Chancel Choir are assisting in staging this year’s event. There have been many requests for continuance of this show and sale in conjunction with the Red Hills Festival, and we are anticipating an even more successful event this year,”