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PGH Vintage Mixer makes old new again, pre-party and fall vendor fair set

Mary Pickels
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PGH Vintage Mixer will hold its fall vendor show Nov. 9-10 in Lawrenceville.

Now in its 12th season, PGH Vintage Mixer will hold its fall vendor show, featuring regional vintage fashion, vinyl and furnishings sellers, on Nov. 9 and 10 at Teamsters Hall Local 249, 4701 Butler St., Lawrenceville.

Beginning in 2012, the Mixer began gathering together under one roof local collectors and small vintage businesses, offering vintage fashion, home living pieces and unusual holiday gifts.

T his fall the Night Owl pre-party returns, from 6-9 p.m. Nov. 9. Tickets, $15 at the door, allow early shopping access and include a pass for Saturday entry.

The “main mixer” will be from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 10. Tickets are $5 at the door, with free admission for kids under 12 on Saturday.

All vintage sellers will be accessible on both dates, according to a news release.

The most recent spring Vintage Home Show was held in April and featured on Rick Sebak’s “Nebby” special on WQED. Smaller Vintage Mixer “pop up” events also have been held in Larimer, Lawrenceville and a Vintage Valentine’s pop-up is planned in the new year, the release adds.

Fall vendors include 100 Percent Polyverse, Anemoia Vintage, LaVerne Kemp’s Vintage Baubles, Brass Rabbit Vintage, Calf Paths of the Mind: Vintage Curiosities, Coolbreeze Trading Co., Dept. of Vintage, Do Not Destroy, epitome.Clothier, Friday Cheer Co., Hey Betty!, Junk and Disorderly, Junk in Public, Kitschtopia, Kula Vintage, Ladybird Vintage, Le Mix, Maple Street Vintage, Midcentury Madness, Midcentury Moderation, Nebby Vintage with Rick Sebak and Minette Seate, Pink Tulle Vintage, PopUp Vintage, Reel Vintage, Retro on 8th, Retro on Broadway, Rock Modster, Shindig Alley, Strangeways Vintage, Sunset Vintage, DJ Swank Cat’s Psychedelic Relics, the Ardent Forager, the Art of Salvage, the Sweetest Chill, Twinage Vintage, Ultimate Collectibles, U’Niki An’Tiki, Velouria Vintage, Vinyl Room, Who New? Retro Mod Decor, and World West Galleries.


Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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