Antiquers Flock to Eagles Mere


Eagles Mere’s 44th annual Summer Antiques Market, also known as Antiques on the Green, drew large crowds to the Sullivan County resort town on July 7. Vendors came from as far away as Maryland, New Jersey, and Delaware and from as nearby as Laporte, Mehoopany, Springville and Wysox. Hailing from Rome Township in Bradford County were antique dealers (above, from left) Gerry Keenan and Daniel and Marni Gerhart. In addition to antiques, there was plenty of food and live entertainment from the gazebo, including folk stylists Kj Reimensnyder-Wagner (below, left) and Tim Latshaw from Danville and Lewisburg.

Photos by Rick Hiduk



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