CUMMINGS, Ga. — The Lakewood 400 Antiques Market celebrated its 10th anniversary during the June Show, June 14-16, 2013. The market is known for classic antiques and collectibles, as well as unique home and garden décor, jewelry and art.
Lakewood 400 is open the third weekend every month. There are more than 500 dealer spaces in a climate controlled building in addition to outside dealers. The on-site restaurant adds to the shopping experience.
Lakewood 400 was spun off from the hugely successful Historic Lakewood Antiques Market located at the Southeastern Fairgrounds in Atlanta. Historic Lakewood enjoyed a 30-year run and drew massive crowds. Ed Spivia, founder of the Historic Lakewood Market, also founded, and now manages, the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market. Ed is also well known in Georgia as the first film commissioner of the state and the former chairman of the board of the recent Georgia Film Commission.
“We have some dealers who have been with Lakewood since Historic Lakewood and many new dealers who bring an excellent mix to the Market,” says Barbara Spivia, co-owner and manager. “Lakewood 400 features a wonderful family atmosphere and is a fun show to attend. We have loyal customers who come every month because they never know what they will find and they are confident in the quality and uniqueness of their purchases.”
The remaining events scheduled for 2013 are: Aug. 16-18, Sept. 20-22, Oct. 18-20, Nov. 15-17 and the annual holiday market Dec. 6-8. For more information on the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market, visit www.lakewoodantiques.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-889-3400.