Antiques, art for sale in Adairsville
by Amanda Stegall
Apr 17, 2011 | 1402 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Potters Jayme Laney and Erin Kay Spangler will continue their demonstrations today at the Antiques and Arts Annual Sale in downtown Adairsville.
SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
Potters Jayme Laney and Erin Kay Spangler will continue their demonstrations today at the Antiques and Arts Annual Sale in downtown Adairsville. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
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Old, eloquent trinkets, jewelry, furniture and art are arranged along the historic public square in downtown Adairsville for the 2nd annual Antiques and Arts show.

Rose McCranie, chairman of the independent committee that organized the event, stated that 32 vendors were scheduled to participate in the gathering, but one was not able to arrive. The group, who receives financial support from a set of sponsors, plans to continue this sale as part of the Adairsville in April community affair.

"Hopefully the weather will be better tomorrow," McCranie said, addressing the issues vendors encountered Saturday as high winds whisked tents away from their poles.

Patricia Henderson, one of the vendors who has hand-made crafts and jewelry of a Native American-style said that she also hopes Sunday will offer a larger crowd.

The show will continue today from noon until 5 p.m. on the square.