Image courtesy Farms and Frills.

Image courtesy Farms and Frills.

Antiques show coming to Expo Center

The event will be held June 29 starting at 9, though early birds can pay extra to get in before the crowds.

The Enumclaw Expo Center will be hosting the first-ever Farm and Frills Tailgate Show at the end of the month.

Antique show fans may recall Kris Williamson and Amy Chipman’s annual Mother’s Day antique show, which was held at the Expo Center every years for close to a decade.

Now living further from the fairgrounds, but still wanting to support the area, Williamson and Chipman hope to put on the Farm and Frills Tailgate Show annually in lieu of the Mother’s Day event.

This year, the antique show — described by Williamson as an “old fashioned flea market” with vintage trailers, food and coffee trucks, and a cocktail garden — will be held on June 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Admission is $5, but early risers can beat the crowds by coming through the Expo doors at 8 a.m. for $10.

Parking is free, and the event will be outside, so plan accordingly.

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