Taking place on picturesque Main Street in beautiful, historic Roanoke, the street will be closed to accommodate the 30+ quality antique dealers. Featured will be local organizations selling ice cream, desserts and drinks; live entertainment; an al fresco breakfast and lunch, and good old fashioned family fun is all in the planning to attract a broad audience and shoppers to this event.
The show is June 15th from 9 to 5. Main street is closed, and the street will be filled with art and antique vendors. There will be live music and food. New, this year, will be a consignment auction hosted by Scheerer McCulloch. We are encouraging visitors to bring their treasures to the corner of 2nd and main to sign there items in to be auction. Sign up is from 9 to 1. Consignment fees apply, please call Stephanie 260-676-2020 with questions. Scheerer McCulloch is donating part of the proceeds to the Roanoke Beautification Foundation. Participants in the auction should call ahead if planning to bring more that 5 items.
Roanoke has an established reputation for attracting visitors to the area because of the old-time beauty of its downtown streetscape and its quality events. Some of the events include: Roanoke’s Fall Festival celebrating its 59th year in 2013; “Freedom on Main” an outdoor patriotic concert in its 17th year; its summer Roanoke Farmers Market going on for 13 years and the Renaissance Art Show which will be its 6th year. Not only is Roanoke known for its quality merchants and shops, but it is home to the nationally recognized and acclaimed restaurant, Joseph Decuis. Roanoke’s central location draws people from surrounding communities, including; Fort Wayne, Huntington, Wabash, Warsaw, North Manchester, Columbia City, Ossian, Markle, and Marion.