VHAS Annual Vintage & Variety Festival
Vendors, flea market/yard sale tables, antiques & collectables, arts & crafts, community organizations, basket drawings, museum tours and more!
Free Admission to the Public and the Museum will be Open!
Date: Saturday, September 7th
Rain Date Sunday September 8th, if needed
Time: 9am - 1pm *Set-up starts at 8:00am
Place: VHAS Museum: 108 S. Seventh Street, Vineland, NJ
The vendor/seller fee to reserve a space is $25 per spot.
Fee may be waived for all non-profits who are attending for community outreach.
Email VinelandEvents@gmail.com with any questions or for more information.
Despite the slightly soggy weather, the Society's Vintage & Variety Yard Sale returned on Saturday, October 14, and a good time was had by all. In addition to a variety of vendors and non-profit groups, we enjoyed the Vineland Fire Department wing cook-off, which was our tribute to the Poultry Festivals from years gone by.
On September 30 at 11 am, Seth Stern, the author of "Speaking Yiddish to Chickens," offered a very well-received Zoom presentation on his latest book about the poultry industry that earned Vineland the title of "Egg Capital of the East Coast."
Dr. Alan Mounier, a well-respected archaeologist who has worked extensively in New Jersey, appeared at the museum to discuss his years in this fascinating field.
The Vineland Historical and Antiquarian Society enjoyed hosting author Ellen Alford for her discussion on Abolition and the Underground Railroad in South Jersey.