Healdsburg Museum Fair

museumIf you missed the Healdsburg Museum Antiques, Arts and Collectibles Fair this year, it’s certainly worth putting it on the calendar for next year. The fair took place at the Healdsburg Plaza on Sunday, August 24 from 9-4. Over 90 vendors attended and were displaying everything from Persian rugs and pottery to antique prints and maps, sterling silver, country furniture and more.

The Healdsburg Museum and Historical Society added to their support for the fair this year with their “Healdsburg Hospitality” where they had local businesses offer special offers for fair-goers.

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