Waynesville known for two things: antiques and festivals will be hosting both of them on Sunday, May 30 for the Old Main Street Antique Show.
Dawn Schroeder, director of the Waynesville Chamber of Commerce, said that the Old Main Street Antique Show is one of the more popular festivals in Waynesville’s burgeoning calendar of events.
More than 40 antique vendors will line downtown Waynesville’s main artery, standing side-by-side with the town’s permanent antique dealers that have made Waynesville the antique capitol of the Midwest.
“The festival will have all varieties of antiques from furniture to glassware to gardening supplies,” said Dawn Schroeder, director of the Waynesville Chamber of Commerce.
Schroeder said the Old Main Street Antique Show is entering its 15th year and is one of the more popular festivals in Waynesville’s burgeoning calendar of events.
“Waynesville is obviously known for its antiques dealers, so this just adds something extra to an already great thing,” Schroeder said. “There are a lot of tremendous bargains to be had as well.”
The festival will take place along Main Street, the central downtown road of Waynesville.