The Museum of Wayne County History in Lyons, New York, is hosting a local craft and collectibles vendor fair on Saturday, June 18, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Last December, the Wayne County Historical Society revived its beloved annual Holiday Boutique fundraiser with great success from the local community. Now, Museum Director Rhea Hayes is announcing the addition of a new spring boutique, saying, “We’ve got vendor support and community support, so we’ve decided to try adding another boutique, and we’ll see how it goes!”
The Museum is excited to welcome back many returning vendors from previous years and several new shops as well. Handmade jewelry, antiques, custom tumbler cups, herbal bath and body products, homemade treats, and more will be available for purchase throughout the Museum. The Wayne County Historical Society also shares the addition of vintage antiques and rare collectible items that have been generously donated to the board for sale and will be available for purchase.
Admission to the Boutique is free, and homemade food and desserts will be made fresh to benefit the Wayne County Historical Society. Additionally, all vendors will be located on the Museum’s first floor, which is predominantly handicap accessible.
The Wayne County Historical Society and Museum of Wayne County History are committed to the safety of our vendors and community and continue to monitor policy changes. At this time, regardless of vaccination status, masks are encouraged but not required for attendance at this event. Medical-grade face masks will be available free of charge at the door, and hand sanitation will be available throughout the building. Please note that our event policy may change as CDC and NYS mandates change.