If you like to collect antiques, search for cool repurposed items, and discover incredibly handmade items, there is an event for you tomorrow in downtown Burlington, IA. A Very Vintage Market returns to downtown Burlington tomorrow and it is expected to continue to be the town's major summer event.

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A Very Vintage Market
A Very Vintage Market

Downtown Burlington’s major summer event, A Very Vintage Market, takes place in the 200 – 600 blocks of Jefferson this Saturday, July 16. A Very Vintage Market begins on Saturday at 9 a.m. and ends at 3 p.m.

There will not be a lack of places to shop from. A Very Vintage Market will have over 100 vendors on hand selling antiques, vintage-inspired décor, repurposed items, architectural salvage, and more.

You can't have a major summer event without food and drinks. The event includes a food court in the 100 block of N. Third. There is also a "food truck row" and more than 20 eateries and drinkeries in downtown Burlington.

A Very Vintage Market
A Very Vintage Market

Amy Moyner, Executive Director of Downtown Partners, Inc. said in the press release,

“A Very Vintage Market is a phenomenal event, bringing thousands of people to downtown Burlington. All vendors go through a juried process to ensure quality items. This event is family-friendly fun with food, entertainment, and so many unique items that you cannot find anywhere else!”

Downtown Partners, Burlington’s Main Street program, is a division of the Greater Burlington Partnership.

A Very Vintage Market is free for everyone to attend. You just need to buy your own food and beverages and shop for great items from the vendors.

For more information, contact Downtown Partners at 319-752-6365 or go to www.greaterburlington.com. You can also find more details on the A Very Vintage Market Facebook Page.

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