More than one hundred artisans, crafters, antique and vintage dealers are set to participate in the Lynden Craft and Antique Show this month.
The 29th annual event will take place from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, October 18-19, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 20, at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds, at 1775 Front Street in Lynden.
“The vibrant colors of fall and the warm scent of sugar and spice donuts will greet our visitors,” read a press release. “An extravaganza of home and holiday decor, gourmet foods, vintage and re-purposed treasures will fill the Haggen exposition building.”
This year, the following vendors from Blaine and Birch Bay will have their goods on display: Joan Carlin of Cabin Antiques, Peggy Cook of Whimsical Art, Molly Hixon of Home and Heart Designs, Barb McAllister of Wood-n-Stitches, Sheri Nelson of Cottage Creations, Christine Wekking of The Flour Girl, Daniel Hamilton of Dakota Creek Forge, Kim Prescott of Candles by the Bay and Andrea Bowyer of Tea Tree Soap Co.
New to the event this year is Dakota Creek Forge, Wild Oak Boutique Clothing, Fresh Picked Baby Boutique and Brenda Calvert Art, among others.
Bellingham-based AB Crepes will serve up sweet and savory crepes and A Perfect Blend will offer up espresso, pumpkin spice lattes and caramel macchiato drinks.
As part of the event, guests can participate in family night from 4 to 8 p.m. on October 19. Family admission will be marked down to $10 for parents and children.
General admission is $6 throughout the weekend. Tickets for seniors age 60 and above cost $5 and children under the age of 12 can get in for free. Parking at the event is free. Learn more: lyndencraftantiqueshow.com.