About Antiques & Collectibles Fair Events
Thousands of people will attend our biannual antiques & collectibles event to see the more than 90 dealers who will assemble their antiques and collectibles –one of our favorite events! Our variety of vendors offer a plethora of items: colorful jewelry, pots, pans, toys, books and old magazines, records, musical instruments, Army memorabilia, furniture, glassware, clothes and much more!
People will swarm Pollasky Avenue, 4th and 5th Streets, to seek a treasure picking up knick-knacks from decades past, the remnants of an aunt’s attic or the last heirlooms of a great-grandfather, each piece of history with a story.
Free appraisals are offered by Kathy Osterberg-Sobelman 9-11AM and 1-3PM. We encourage you to bring one item per person to Kathy to learn about and get a retail value for the item. Free parking and free admission. Great food!
It is a Rain or Shine event . . . .dealers will be there and we all know that the best deals will be struck by those buyers who weather the storm! Serious buyers will be there no matter what the weather. So don’t miss the opportunity to find great deals!
Antiques & Collectibles Space Fees
If you have submitted your application for a space you can make payment using Paypal below. There are two sizes available: 20’ x 18’ is $115 per space, and 15’ x 18’ is $90 per space.
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Sponsor This Event
We are always looking for sponsors for our special events. Please contact our office at (559) 298-5774 for more information, or click here for the Sponsorship Packet.
Become a Vendor
If you’re interested in renting a space and being part of our Antiques & Collectibles Fair please print and return the Antiques Fair application, which can be found here. Upon receipt of the application and payment we will contact you to discuss spacing choices.
There are two sizes available for the Antiques & Collectible Fairs and Glorious Junk Days: 20’ x 18’ is $115 per space, and 15’ x 18’ is $90 per space.
Antiques & Collectibles Fair FAQ's
How do I sponsor an event? +
We are always looking for sponsors for our special events. Please contact our office at (559) 298-5774 for more information.
How can my band participate in Old Town Clovis events? +
Please send correspondence, including an .mp3 file or link to your web site, to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be in contact with you by the end of April for Farmers Market band considerations. Please be advised that many of our popular bands have been coming for years so they get first priority.
Can I bring my dog to the Antiques Fair or Glorious Junk Days? +
No. The City of Clovis has a “No Pet” ordinance and pets are not allowed at any Old Town event.
What are the hours for the Antiques Fairs and Glorious Junk Days? +
The Antiques & Collectibles Fair and Glorious Junk days run from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Set up time for the event begins at 4:00 am.
How much does it cost to rent a space for the Antiques Fair or Glorious Junk Days? +
There are two sizes available for the Antiques & Collectible Fairs and Glorious Junk Days: 20’ x 18’ is $105 per space, and 15’ x 18’ is $80 per space.
How do I rent a space for the Antiques Fair or Glorious Junk Days? +
Please print and return the Antiques Fair application, which can be found on our Antiques & Collectibles Fair page under “Become a Vendor”. Upon receipt of the application and payment we will contact you to discuss spacing choices.
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