The annual “Olde Time Antiques and Flea Market” co-sponsored by the 42 Chapters of the Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution (CTDAR) state-wide and the Ellsworth Memorial Association (EMA), featuring
arts, crafts, antiques and collectibles, will be held on Saturday, July 21 from 9AM to 3 PM on the beautiful lawns of the “Elmwood”, the Oliver Ellsworth Homestead at 778 Palisado Avenue in Windsor, CT.
An additional event, open to all, has been added to this year’s festivities. Aaron Fry, a local accomplished songwriter and guitarist, will present a musical program at 1 PM. His music includes a variety of genres including the
blues, folk or songs with a reggae flavor.
Also new this year will be several demonstrators including
Linda Jones, who will be showing how to spin wool the old-fashioned way, and Patricia Buxton will be on hand to present genealogy sessions from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM for anyone interested.
Artists, craftspeople, antique and collectible vendors are still being sought to display and sell their goods at the annual “Olde Time Antiques and Flea Market”. A 10 x 10 foot space can be reserved for $25 to display handiwork, antiques, and collectibles as well as jewelry,woodworking, and other arts and crafts. It is a busy day with visitors attending to enjoy the fine vendors, the food, the making of special ice cream sundaes and to take tours of the Ellsworth Homestead. Breakfast will feature pancakes
and lunch will feature hot dogs and hamburgers fresh off the grill. The highlight of the day is the Ice Cream Social. Admission is free. All profits help to maintain the Oliver Ellsworth Homestead.
To receive an application for participation as a vendor in
the “Olde Time Antiques and Flea Market”,please contact: Linda Wallace at email@example.com or call 860-267-9952.