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Participating Yard Sales & Shows

GPS Shopping Directory - April 20-22, 2018 

TERMS: $20.00 per listing. Yard Sales are listed in the order they are received & categorized by towns listed in alphabetical order. All Ads must be paid in advance. Limited text to include:

1.  Address (for GPS)

2. 3 tags (EXAMPLES - "No Early Birds", "Friday & Saturday Only", "Multi-Family", "Barn Sale", "Baby Clothes", "Estate Sale", "Too Much to List")

3.  Phone Number (optional)

4. Pay a Little More to Add a Link to Your Website or Receive Extra Text to Market Your Products (Rate Negotiable) - See Pop & Gran's Antique Store Listing for an Example. That Ad is only $30.00. 

LAST SHOW LISTINGS

AAT YARD SALES

SPRING 2018 SHOW

ALVARADO:

1. Alvarado Youth Association Fundraiser on the Square, downtown Alvarado. They rent spaces and all proceeds go to fund their YOUTH PROGRAMS. Plus, Indians & Outlaws Consignment Shop located at 119 E. College Ave., Alvarado, TX 76009.

CLEBURNE:

1. REDUEX REVIVAL located at COHEN'S CORNER - 2100 E FM 4 Cleburne, TX 76031 featuring artists Heather Skinner and Felicity Merkel. Heather creates handmade, custom Dreamcatchers and Felicity offers custom hand-crafted, including vintage, jewelry and watches. They also offer repurposed, rehabbed furniture & homer décor accessories. 

Visit their FB Pages to learn more: https://www.facebook.com/LuckieKeyCo/ and https://www.facebook.com/heartlanddreamcatchers/ 

GRANDVIEW:

1. Flat Bed Trailer Full of Rustics, Steamer Trunk, Garden Tools, Primitives, Wooden Croquet Set, Fixer-Upper Wagon Wheel Lamps, Welded Picnic Table Frame (built for 2 by 8 planks) including a 1940's Era Porcelain Sink - 300 E. Criner St. Grandview, TX 76050 by the side of Pop & Gran's Antique Store building. 

DON'T MISS: Inside Pop & Gran's Antiques and More is a TREASURE CHEST packed with goodies including multiple FREE items hidden throughout the sales floor area.  Fri., Sat & Sun, 9 am - 6 pm. Terms: LIMIT ONE FREE ITEM per Guest, per Day. 50% OFF specially marked items. Too many bargains! It's better than an EASTER EGG HUNT! Visit https://www.facebook.com/AntiqueAlleyGrandview/ to learn more about Pop & Gran's.

2. Donna & Joe's Tune City Music shop inside sale - musical instruments & accessories, miscellaneous items, table set & some chairs. 200 E. Criner St. Grandview 76050. Fri.- Sat. till all gone.

3. Otis' & Norma's sale located at "Founder's Field" - Antique Alley Junction in downtown Grandview AAT show. We are artists who rescue & give NEW LIFE to items headed to the landfill. Come see! For GPS location, visit Antique Alley Junction show listed on CONTACT US page, AntiqueAlleyTexas.com.

4. Chambers Creek Baptist Church Rummage Sale - No telling what members will donate to sell. Quilts, Tools, Toys, Cars, Furniture - WHO KNOWS? But they ALWAYS HAVE GOOD STUFF! Located in the beautiful meadow in front of the church at 11100 FM 916, Grandview, TX 76050. See their VENDOR LISTING for contact information. 

5. Friends of the Grandview Public Library located at 112 S. Third St Grandview, TX 76050 will have a book sale Saturday only from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Our Library is not funded by the city. We operate on donations. Books are priced to sell, but if someone drops a $100 bill on a box of books, it will be greatly appreciated.

6. Grandview Insurance Scentsy Sale, Free Giveaways. 205 N. Third St. 

7. First United Methodist Church, downtown Grandview fundraiser - 300 S. 4th St. Grandview, TX 76050.

8. ANTIQUE ALLEY JUNCTION a.k.a. -  "Founder's Field" multiple vendors & festival style food on a 4 acre field east of Grandview Feed Store, downtown Grandview - use their address for GPS - 201 S. McDuff St. Grandview, TX 76050.

9. Kennedy Construction - 105. N. Third St. Grandview, TX 76050. BLOW OUT SALE - lots of equipment, tools, junk and more. Thursday, Friday & Saturday from "early to at least 5:00 p.m."

10. MUST SEE: Tin Shed Antiques offers excellent antiques, collectibles, farming equipment, country nostalgia and more. Fabulous prices & great deals. 8620 S. Highway 171, Grandview, TX 76050. Call or text 817.313.8197 for more information.

11. Family Yard Sale: 7517 CR 401 Grandview, TX 76050 Thursday.

ITASCA (Hill County Neighbor 7 miles South of Grandview)

1. 6 family SALE - selling contents in storage units in downtown Itasca, located across from Karen's FAMOUS TACO & BURRITO SHACK - 221. S. Hill St, Itasca, TX 76055. Weather permitting, they plan Friday & Saturday, (middle-day). Lots of good stuff!

KEENE

1. Shabby Chic Antiques and Crafts located at 206 Hwy. 67 East, Keene, TX 76059 (for GPS) -  Phone 940-228-9612 - 30 vendors in this shop featuring antiques, crafts & western decor! Visit the NEWEST addition to the Antique Alley Texas family! Had a great show last April and they are participating in Antique Alley again this fall show. Visit their FB page: https://www.facebook.com/shabbychic.keene/

MAYPEARL

1. Big B's Leather - Clothing & Motor Sports Store - Gifts, Collectibles and More. 213 N. Main St. Visit our FB page: Big B's Leather FB page

SAND FLAT (CUBA)

1. Sorry, no one listed with us this show.

VENUS

1. Multiple Vendors on the Square - 103 W. 3rd St. Venus, TX 76084.

HOW TO BOOK A CLASSIFIED AD:

Text 817.240.4948 with your address, etc. as per terms listed above.

Pay in person at Pop & Gran's Antiques and More. 300 E. Criner St. Grandview, Facebook.com/AntiqueAlleyTexas (Click "SHOP" icon) or call with credit card info. Ask for Lisa.

WANT LOTS OF SHOPPERS AT YOUR SALE? GET LISTED TODAY!

More Information & "Tips for First Timers":

Those of you that have never experienced Antique Alley Texas might appreciate some local information that hopefully will make your treasure hunt more enjoyable and safe.

AAT is a "rain or shine" event. Most vendors will cover their product until the rain passes and many have tent covered shopping areas. Threat of lightening and/or flooding is about the only thing that will shut down the show. Weather comfortable clothing.

Local bed & breakfasts, hotels and RV parks fill up quickly, so you'll want to make your arrangements early. Click on the Accommodations link for more information. Grandview, Sand Flat and Maypearl are small towns with no hotels. Alvarado (Comfort Inn, Alvarado is a host hotel and they offer discounts to Antique Alley patrons but they fill up fast!) and Cleburne offer plenty of convenient lodging choices including the next nearest town, Hillsboro, that is located to the south of Grandview via I-35 W. 

The Antique Alley Texas shopping trail is very scenic and even breathtaking in places.
FM 916 (between Grandview and Maypearl) has no shoulder, is a road with sharp curves, twists and tricky turns that can prove to be very distracting for those unfamiliar with the route. From Grandview, FM 916 changes names at the Ellis county line to FM 66 just before Maypearl. FM 4 is a commuter connection between Grandview and Cleburne. It is heavily traveled.  

"No parking" on Highway 4 shoulder or easement is being enforced. This is a safety issue. Park only in designated parking areas off of the highway.

Be on the look-out for yard sales and church & community fundraisers - they'll be scattered over the area between participating towns. 


 

Portable restroom facilities are provided in all the downtown areas and at many of the private landowner shows and sales.
There is plenty of food and refreshments offered in each of the six participating communities. 



To avoid missing a great buy, bring plenty of cash - some families and small shows will not have electronic payment/card processing.



NO TWO SHOWS ARE THE SAME! 


EVERY Antique Alley Texas festival shapes up differently based on whether churches/benevolent groups have repeat sales or whether vendors return to their same spot on the shopping trail. Weather is a big factor but the show goes on even in the rain (except of course, not if there's lightening/flooding!) 99% of the AAT festival is outdoors.

Downtown Grandview, Maypearl, Alvarado and Venus will have vendors lined up with plenty to look at on their main drag and/or town square. Cleburne has scattered sales all over town.

If Sunday is the only day you are able to shop, organizers want to let you know that many of our dealers with strict religious convictions will not set up on Sunday. There are many Mennonite families that sell handmade furniture, homemade jams, jellies, cakes, breads and pies that you will miss. Many say it is noticeably less festive on Sunday but still worthy of your visit. However, we hear that the private shows up and down Highway 4 remain fairly full with lots to look at on Sundays. Many shoppers save Sunday for a slow stroll through their favorite shopping venues. We also hear that on the last day of the show, some dealers don't want to pack it up - hello, Bargain Town!


The highest concentration of landowner shows is between Grandview and Cleburne via HWY 4 (S & E).  

SPECIAL NOTE: HWY 4 is an old farm-to-market road. Over the years, it has been dissected by other, larger highways. That makes finding the correct stretch of HWY 4 rather confusing to a first-time visitor. HWY 4 is split in Cleburne. If you are coming to Antique Alley via Cleburne, find the town square at the Court House. The correct leg of HWY 4 is SOUTH of the Cleburne town square.
From the town square, go SOUTH on Main Street (one way only) to Second Street (about a mile, or so). Go LEFT on Second Street, cross Caddo Street (also a one-way-only street), keep going EAST, cross the railroad tracks and you have found THE shopping trail!

If you are coming from the north (Fort Worth), take I-35W to Grandview exit 16. One mile and you are right in the BIG MIDDLE of the show! If you are coming from Dallas via HWY 67, it's your choice: Venus first, then either head south on FM 157 to Maypearl or stay west on Hwy 67 to Alvarado. From there you can jump on I-35 (W) for a ten mile trek to Grandview (exit 16) or stay west on Hwy 67 to Cleburne. ALL YOUR CHOICE. Don't trust that GPS!

We hope you enjoy visiting participating communities and shopping the Antique Alley Texas Trail!


For questions or comments please email: info@antiquealleytexas.com
 

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