Antiques street fair is the place to discover treasures

Historic Mullica Hill Village, located in Southern New Jersey, has always been known as Antique Country and a wonderful place to find antiques and collectibles. It’s the perfect place to discover a 19th century cupboard or Grandma’s McCoy Indian Head cookie jar. The Mullica Hill Merchants Association is excited to announce that this spring it will host its first Antiques Street Fair in conjunction with the annual Spring Festival.

Three large antique co-ops, The Yellow Garage, King’s Row and The Old Mill along with several owner-occupied shops including Trellis Antiques & Interiors, Deja Vu, Old & New Shop, Sign Of St. George and The Front Porch Antiques will offer a wide variety of antiques and collectibles for the antique enthusiast. To add to the treasure hunt, multiple antique dealers from the area will line the sidewalks with their unique merchandise.

Your stroll up and down Main Street will also take you to other shops, tea rooms and eateries, offering a special something for the day. Blueplate Restaurant’s chef James Malaby will be firing up his outdoor grill to serve hot dogs, hamburgers and other quick bites. Enjoy wine and cheese at the Heritage Station Wine Tasting Party or bring your daughter to Debra’s Dolls for a complimentary photograph with a princess doll. Local musicians will be performing throughout the village for your added enjoyment.

For more information visit www.mullicahill.com or call 856-881-6800.

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