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NOVEMBER 2018 • Volume 32 No. 3  

           The BOULEVARD SHOPPE located in beautiful Gulfport, Florida is excited to share   Turkey Serving Platters
         the beautiful mural done by Robert Phelps. Completed just this month, this one of a
         kind piece of art is one of the first murals in the city.                    Are “Gobbled Up” by Collectors
           November 17th from 12pm until 5pm they are having a celebration to share this
         art with the community. Along with the mural, they are having a ribbon cutting for the   By Larry LeMasters
         gorgeous garden space which has been under redevelopment for months. The garden
         space will be a home for more local artists to showcase their work, from outdoor wall   LeMasters’ Antique News Service
         art, bird houses, and pottery; this space will be a place that will delight your nature-
         loving inventiveness. During the event they will have refreshments and snacks from the
         Sweet-Tea Celebrations Tea Room.
                       5321 Gulfport Blvd. Gulfport, FL 33707
                    727-327-9700 —

                                                                                                       As holidays go,  Thanksgiving is uniquely American.
           It’s funny how history repeats itself.  Come to WALDO ANTIQUE VILLAGE and see for yourself. Take a look at our huge
         selection of true vinyl. They are back and super popular. We've got everything from Blues to Pop and of course some good   The first American Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621
         old rock n roll. All your old favorites. Check out the perfume bottles and jewelry, too. You can find 14kt gold rings, costume   to  commemorate  the  harvest  reaped  by  the  Plymouth
         jewelry and everything in between.  What about an enamel advertising sign or collectible cookbook.    Colony after a harsh winter. In that year, Governor William
           Do you plan on redecorating your home or just need to add a few new pieces to spruce things up? Find lots of super trendy   Bradford proclaimed a day of thanksgiving. The colonists
         midcentury modern or farmhouse pieces. Has eating off the same old dishes gotten boring - check out the interesting dishes.
         You can add a few to mix and match or find complete 12-piece sets with all the serving dishes intact.  Come by and visit!! You   celebrated it as a traditional English harvest feast, to which
         will be surprised at all the interesting things you can find. We are located next to the Famous Waldo Farmers & Flea Market.  they invited the local Wampanoag Indians and a bird that,
                                                                                                     because it was native only to North America, they had not
                                                                                    WALDO            eaten at a feast before —an American turkey.
                                                                               ANTIQUE VILLAGE         By the mid-1800s, many states observed a Thanksgiving
                                                                              17805 NE US Hwy 301    holiday. President Abraham Lincoln, looking for ways to
                                                                                   Waldo, FL         unite the country during the Civil War, declared the last
                                                                                  352-468-3111       Thursday in November a day of thanksgiving.
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                                                                                  Open 7 Days!
                                                                                   Mon-Fri 10-6      Shown at Top: Vintage, Spode “Woodland” oval turkey
                                                                                   Sat-Sun 9-6       platter with yellow trim; $500. Left: Vintage, F.B.C. Italian
                                                                       turkey serving platter; $250. Right: Vintage, Ironstone
                                                                                                     “King Tom” Thanksgiving turkey platter; $350.

                                                  Florida’s Largest Monthly Antique Event!

                                                       300                     South Florida Fairgrounds                  NOV 2 - 4
                                                                                    9067 Southern Blvd.
                                                VENDORS                         West Palm Beach, FL 33411           NOV 30 - DEC 2

                                                      EARLY BUYERS:  “1st Pick” Friday 12-5PM • Admission $10 - Good All 3 Days • GEN. ADMISSION: SAT 9AM-5PM, SUN 10AM-4:30PM • Admission $8
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