Rescue a piece of American history at the Michigan Antique and Collectible Festivals

Michigan Antique & Collectible Festivals
Promoter Lori Oberlin
(989) 687-9001, MiAntiqueFestival.com
michiganantiquefestival@gmail.com

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The Michigan Antiques Festivals has expanded to cover more than 80 acres with antiques and collectibles of every kind. Photo courtesy Michigan Antique & Collectible Festivals

The Michigan Antique and Collectible Festivals at the beautiful Midland County Fairgrounds, is just the place to visit if you are a lover of antiques, classic cars or a collector of just about anything. Enjoy all kinds of musical entertainment from country, to blues, this festival has it all.

Although the Michigan Antique Festivals has been around for over 40 years, it has only recently expanded to encompass more than 80 acres of excitement and fun.

In addition to the enormous marketplace, the festival is filled with fresh and innovative ideas set in motion by Lori Oberlin, the promoter and owner of the festival.

Oberlin says, “We are having a blast thinking of new ideas to change and refresh our Antique Markets!”

They have added a classic car auction, taste of Michigan tent with sampling of Michigan’s best agriculture, strolling music throughout the festival and this year a special game room and pinball auction.

Their commitment to their dealers is to keep affordable dealer prices, quality customer service, increased advertising and to keep the record crowds of spectators flowing through the gates. ?

2010 Dates:

June 5-6 
July 24-25 
Sept. 25-26
$5 per person; 11 and under free



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The Michigan Antiques Festivals now includes a car show and popular Taste of Michigan tent. Photo courtesy Michigan Antique & Collectible Festivals

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