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Vintage Market Days coming to Monroeville Convention Center this weekend

North Carolina residents Rachel and Chad Lynam, shown above with their son, William, in this 2017 photo, are planning the region's first Vintage Market Days of Tri-State Pittsburgh event at the Monroeville Convention Center July 13-15.
Monroeville Convention Center is the site of Pittsburgh's first Vintage Market Days of Tri-State Pittsburgh, set for July 13-15.
Pops of color, something old, something gently used, something that will brighten up that empty corner or bring a kitchen to life. Those are the types of merchandise visitors can expect at Vintage Market Days of Tri-State Pittsburgh, its organizers say.
Creature comforts, home decor, original art and handmade treasures are promised at the first Vintage Market Days of Tri-State Pittsburgh, planned for July 13-15 at the Monroeville Convention Center.
Those who enjoy browsing flea markets, estate sales, antique stores and vintage clothing shops likely will enjoy the wares of artisans, craftspeople, pickers and more participating in the Vintage Market Days of Tri-State Pittsburgh this weekend.
Monroeville Convention Center

Monroeville Convention Center will host Vintage Market Days of Tri-State Pittsburgh this weekend.

The upscale vintage-inspired indoor/outdoor market features original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home décor, outdoor furnishings and more.

It’s open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at 209 Mall Plaza Blvd.

Admission is $10 for all three days, $5 for Saturday and Sunday only and children under 12 get in free.

More information is available at

Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Michael at 412-871-2367, or via Twitter @MikeJdiVittorio.

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