Antique, Retro and Collectible show in Sidney

Find treasures that are unique and different at this Saturday’s Vintage, Retro and Collectible Show at the Mary Winspear Centre

Dinky toys are only a fraction of the items at the Vintage

SIDNEY — Find treasures that are unique and different at this Saturday’s Vintage, Retro and Collectible Show at the Mary Winspear Centre.

On Aug. 31 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., witness 100 tables and more than 50 dealers of toys, clothing, decor, books, coins and more. Organizers say it’s a great mix of collectibles from throughout the region.

This will be the 19th year for the show and is also a fundraiser for the B.C. Schizophrenia Society. Entry costs $3 (children are free with an adult) and earlybirds (8:30 a.m.) $20.

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