Gifford Holding First Antique and Artisan’s Fair

Event brings back Gifford yard sale, in part, plus much more

Gifford antique and artisan fairRANDOLPH – Gifford Medical Center will open its new park space up to the public on Saturday, July 21 with a 1st Annual Randolph Antique and Artisan’s Fair.

To be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. rain or shine, the fair is open to individuals or businesses selling antiques, architectural salvage, collectibles, crafts, unique items, vintage clothing and more.

Up to five food vendors will be welcomed. And Gifford will be selling some used office items, such as desks and printers. A consignment area will also be available for those with only a few items to sell.

“This is an opportunity to welcome the community to our new park space and to celebrate our unique artisan and historical cultures,” said organizer Amanda Wheeler of Gifford. “Even though health care is our focus, if you take a walk around Gifford, you’ll see history, art and community are all central to our local hospital.”

Organizers at the hospital hope to make the fair an annual event.

“We already have great interest from vendors and crafters and are expecting more over the coming weeks,” said Wheeler.

Lot sizes are 15-feet by 15-feet with up to three lots available per person/business. Lots are $20 each and space is limited. Call Wheeler at 728-2238 or e-mail awheeler@giffordmed.org by July 13 to reserve a space while they last.

Not accepted are animals, cars, junk or merchandise from distributors such as Pampered Chef, Avon, Snap-on tools, etc.

Vendors must supply their own tents, should they want them. Some tables are available for a nominal fee.

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