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6 October 2014

Antique Fair

Saturday saw the opening of the Antique Fair at the Museum.
And to add to Sheryl's (the organisers) workload the monthly markets were on as well.
One shouldn’t have feared, Sheryl and Ken and the intrepid hard workers from the Denman volunteers all sprung into action and the day went off fantastically.
The museum was a buzz with people, and the response from everyone I talked to was fantastic.
Here are a few photo’s from Saturday morning….I will try and get some more from Sunday and Monday
so check back soon.

  Exhibitors getting ready for the doors to open.

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Beautiful weather and the markets were busy early.
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People starting to wonder into the museum and families enjoying the grounds.
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Despite there not being a sinking ship the band kept playing.
IMG_7598Lyn and Josephine manning the stands.
John recording the action.
One side Jazz the other side rock and blues the “Lady” was rocking in her cradle…
Hey girls those scones look yummy.

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