For two decades the Hayden’s Ferry Questers, through highly praised antique seminars, raised funds to support Tempe’s Petersen House Museum. More than $50,000 has been raised for restoration and maintenance of the historic home.
This year, the Questers are expanding their fundraising activities by presenting their first-ever Vintage & Antique Indoor Market, which will include garden, rustic shabby chic, toys, signs and unique antiques. Along with numerous vignettes and displays, a raffle of vintage items will also be part of the day’s activities,
The Market is scheduled for Saturday, March 25, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Tempe History Museum and the Viehl Center, both on the cultural campus on the southeast corner of Rural and Southern in Tempe.
General admission is just $3.00. Early birds looking for the best deals can come in at 6:30 a.m. for $5.00. Clip the discount coupon below to save $1.
In addition to a wide variety of antiques from some of the Valley’s most recognized dealers, Sean Morton of Morton Appraisals, LLC, will be on hand to personally appraise for $15 per item. Morton is a featured appraiser on the KAET/PBS Arizona Collectibles show.
Dealers are invited to participate in the Vintage & Antique Indoor Market. Contact Julie Ramsey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-689-1019 for more information.
Hayden’s Ferry Questers is a local chapter of Questers International, founded in 1944 to “…to further knowledge and education about antiques, and to encourage the preservation, restoration and conservation of historic buildings, sites and antiquities.”