Sundays just wouldn’t be the same without the St. Lawrence Sunday Antiques Market with folks selling vintage collectables of all kinds – jewelry, photography, books, paintings – the works. Unfortunately the Market was opening-and-closing there for some time.
Now things are looking up. Marlene Cook, the owner and organizer for thirty years, pays a fee to the city and rents the space and tables to about 130 regular venders. Ms. Cook once said “We know how important we are to the community and to tourism . . . Not just the dealers are losing if they aren’t selling, but other dealers buy off those dealers and put their (items) into auctions. That feeds those who trade and make money.” <photo below – a great day both inside and out when the Market is open. May it continue real soon!>