Those who enjoy finding unique home furnishings, garden art or a one-of-a-kind necklace should clear their calendars for Saturday.
The third-annual Vintage Street Faire is coming to downtown Camas.
With approximately 30 vendors offering everything from 1890s collectibles to handmade linens, there will be plenty of choices. Items range in price from just a few dollars to higher end, older finds.
The Street Faire is sponsored by Camas Antiques and the Downtown Camas Association, and is presented by Worthy Goods.
“Every vendor really has their own story of how they got into doing this,” said Debbie Taylor of Worthy Goods. “I am really an advocate of having things you can use in your home today, not just for display but to use.”
JoAnn Taylor, owner of Camas Antiques, said the Street Faire has grown in popularity.
“There has been a lot of interest generated in the past year,” she said. “We’ll have vintage decorator type items, antiques and things for your home. We are very specific about who is chosen, and the items you see are not the usual flea market type. These are higher quality choices.”