More than 60 dealers coming to Sun Fest antique show

The 41st annual Tsawwassen Sun Festival Antique Show will once again be held at the South Delta Recreation Centre.

The show and sale is the longest running event of its kind in B.C. Proceeds from the show help defray costs of the Sun Festival weekend.

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The antique show runs from 3 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 2 and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 4

Admission is $20 on Friday ($10 with coupon) and $5 on Saturday.

This year’s show has more than 60 dealers from the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island selling a wide range of antiques and collectables, including toy trains, dolls, china and porcelain, jewelry, object d'art, ephemera, vintage comic books, toys, postcards, country furniture, vintage lighting, glass and much more.

“The show is highlighting collectable postcards, neo and post-modern glass, vintage comic books and antique dolls, with specialist dealers offering their items for sale,” said organizer Malcolm Johnston.

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