By Hannah Curran, Editor
TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville Antiques and Interiors big outdoor Vintage Market will be on Friday, June 3, and Saturday, June 4, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This is Trussville Antiques and Interiors Spring outdoor Vintage Market event located at 147 North Chalkville Road in Trussville and they will have a Fall event during City Fest on September 9 and 10.
Trussville Antiques and Interiors vendor Kyle Richardson said this upcoming sale has a lot to offer the community. There will 30 plus vendors available during the Vintage Market, allowing several opportunities for people to find some treasures.
“The backstory of it is that we’re trying to promote Mall awareness,” Richardson said. “That mall has been there a long, long time, and we still have people coming in and going ‘I didn’t even know this place existed.'”
Monumental Dogz food truck will be available on Saturday, and there will be outside vendors participating as well as many vendors from Trussville Antiques and Interiors Mall.
Some of Trussville Antiques and Interiors vendors are as follows:
- The Treasure Chest;
- House of 5;
- C & R Storehouse;
- Sherrys Cottage; and
Vendors are selling antiques, furniture, collectibles, primitives, tools, mid century modern items, fishing gear, WWII collectibles, antique guns, local Creek Indian artifacts, old signs, vintage decor, baskets, plants, albums, electronics, purses, jewelry, clothing, and more.
There will be sales inside and outside the Mall so come prepared to take home some amazing items.
“This will be a great community event,” Richardson said. “We are also having big sales inside the Mall on both days and folks can sign up for door prizes that you don’t have to be present for to win.”
This event will also be in conjunction with the Big Car Show on Saturday, June 4, at the First Baptist Church of Trussville, which is located half a block from that event.
“This is your opportunity to come and find all that cool stuff and not have to drive out and spend that gas money,” Richardson said. “I, myself, have piled up cool hoosier cabinets, old pots, iron pots, and window frames, just things people love. You name it we got it.”
Richardson said to bring cash, but many vendors do accept venmo.