It's a 'Faire' affair
- Lake Oswego Review - News
You'll find timeless treasures and rare finds at the third annual Antique and Collectible Faire, held Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Millennium Park Plaza in downtown Lake Oswego.
Combine an Antiques Roadshow with an open-air marketplace and you'll have an idea of what to expect.
Rain or shine, you can browse through a wide variety of exhibitor booths while enjoying the lively park atmosphere.
You'll discover quality furniture, jewelry, linens, knickknacks and more. Make a day of it and enjoy the live entertainment and food court. The park is ADA accessible, and wheelchairs are available for public use.
Last year, the Faire attracted over 5,000 shoppers to the one-day event. With increased marketing efforts, word of mouth and the popularity of adjacent retail shops city officials anticipate larger crowds than ever.
Adding to the excitement are the offerings of local caterer, John Durynes of Blue Coyote Catering and the smooth jazz sounds of Sandy Dennison and friends. Sandy and friends will perform on the main stage from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
This year's event sponsors are Lake View Village, Palmer Wirfs and Associates and FiveSpice Pan Asian Cuisine.
The park plaza is located at First Street and Evergreen Road. Nearby parking is available at Lake View Village. Enter the public garage on First Street between A Avenue and Evergreen Road.
If you would like to participate as an exhibitor or volunteer or have questions about the Antique and Collectible Faire, call Brynne Mason at 503-675-3985.