ABOUT THIS EVENT

With Historic Folsom's long awaited revitlization
completed,  thousands of happy shoppers will fill the four
blocks of Sutter Street for these popular events which  
take place on the traditional 3rd Sunday of April and
September. A tradition in Folsom since the 1960's,
Folsom's Antique Fairs draw thousands of enthusiastic
shoppers from throughout Northern and Central
California and Southern Nevada.  FREE admission,
parking for shoppers in our multistory parking garage
(located at the foot of Sutter Street), free handicapped
parking (at Wool and Sutter Streets) along with
convenient access from Regional Transit’s Sutter Street
Station with free light rail passes enhances attendance at
this event.  Throughout the four blocks of Sutter Street,
shoppers always find a great selection of antique and
collectible merchandise, live entertainment and food and
beverage service. This is always a
rain or shine event,  so
think sun!!!
WHAT TO EXPECT . . .

Thousands of shoppers will fill the four-block Historic District for this popular
regional event featuring over 150 booths with a wide range of antique and
collectible merchandise: Glass, China, Pottery and Porcelain; American and
European Furniture;  Country and Primitives; Repurposed, Upscaled and
Shabby Chic; Estate and Vintage Jewelry; Watches and Accessories; Paper
Collectibles; Prints and Paintings; Clothing and Textiles; Silver and
Silverplate; cast iron cookware; Sports & Movie Memorabilia; hand-crank
phonographs,  records and wind instruments.   Great food and live
entertainment will be available throughout the four blocks of Sutter Street,
along with the many great Historic District businesses offering a wide selection
of merchandise, food and services.  Antique Appraisals of family treasures or
garage sale finds will be offered by local favorite appraiser Gary Cox, “The
Antique Answer Man.”
ANTIQUE APPRAISALS 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Gary Cox, The "Antiques Answer Man" sets up in the 800 block of
Sutter Street near the Folsom History Museum. Mr. Cox  is well
known locally for his work with the Crocker Museum, KVIE’s
Central Valley Chronicles and local historical societies. Mr. Cox
appears annually with the Folsom History Museum’s  Evaluation
Days and is a frequent appraiser with Twin Bridges Appraisers’
Panels.   Verbal appraisals are available for $10 per item or 3 for
$25.00.  Mr. Cox is available as well to arrange for a formal
appraisal of individual items or estates for insurance purposes or
for sale.
 He will be located near the Folsom History Museum on
Sutter Street near Decatur Street.  To contact Mr. Cox
prior to upcoming antique fairs, click on the following link:
 
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The Folsom Historic District Association’s Antique Fairs are made
possible with support from Alley Development Corporation,  Bernau
Development Corporation, The Folsom Chamber of Commerce,  The
Folsom Telegraph, Muray’s Power House Pub, Rainbow Bridge Jewelers,  
and Snook’s Chocolate Factory of Folsom.
OSCAR REYNOLDS, Bolivian Master
Flutist & Guitarist
performs all day near
Hampton's Restaurant on Sutter St.
between Riley & Scott Sts.
8-tracks
OSCAR
REYNOLDS
GARY COX
ANTIQUES APPRAISER
SHOPPERS HUNT FOR TREASURES AT
FOLSOM'S ANTIQUE FAIRS
Recently retired Historic District Merchant
Rich Gray of Gray's Place Antiques
demonstrates a vintage juke box
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8-TRACKS
Performed at the Sept. 2015 Antique Fair
11am - 2pm
Decatur & Sutter Streets
 
2016 FOLSOM ANTIQUE FAIRS
Sunday, April 17
Sunday, September 18
Rain or Shine!
Promoted by the Folsom Historic District Association
With Assistance From Twin Bridges Antique Productions
RETURNING ANTIQUE
VENDORS
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NEW ANTIQUE
VENDORS
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HISTORIC DISTRICT
MERCHANTS
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FOOD
VENDORS
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SPECIAL SERVICES
NON PROFITS
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ANTIQUE
COLLECTORS
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The Folsom Historic District Association is happy
to announce the following
NON PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
took part in this year's Fall Antique Fair:

600 Block of Sutter Street (between Riley & Scott Streets):
CONSERVING AFRICA FOR ELEPHANTS

700 Block of Sutter Street (between Wool and Riley Streets):
CRIME ALERT

900 Block of Sutter Street (between Reading and Decatur Streets):
HERITAGE PRESERVATION LEAGUE
PLAYING THE BEST IN CLASSIC ROCK

The 8-Tracks are a classic rock band who love to put on a
great audience participation show for anyone who loves rock
and roll, emphasizing the period of time from the early 60s to
mid 80s with a smattering of newer material
for the younger crowd.