Vintage market visits fairgrounds


Musician Brian Keith Wallen provides entertainment for the first half of the day, serenading crowds with classic hits.


Rileigh Carmen, 7, and Ronnie Carmen, 5, shop for spoons and other silverware with their grandmother at Vintage + Moss Event Rentals and Mercantile.


Claire Amano holds the eager 17-month-old English bulldog, Maximus, as he makes friends with a young customer. Claire and husband Jeff run a portrait business called “Must Draw Dogs”, offering hand-drawn portraits and other customized wooden plaques for the home.


Customers shop through Kris Buston’s vendor of edgy, up-cycled clothing and jewelry. Many of her flannels, Buston said, were inspired by musical artists she enjoys listening to.


Naomi Harward | Greene County News

John Paul Grey, 11, was the only child vendor at Vintage Market Days, held Nov. 3-5 at the Greene County Fairgrounds. He started his business, selling pins and succulent plants, two years ago with the help of his mother, Kailin Gray.

Musician Brian Keith Wallen provides entertainment for the first half of the day, serenading crowds with classic hits.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_Brian-Keith-Wallen.jpgMusician Brian Keith Wallen provides entertainment for the first half of the day, serenading crowds with classic hits.

Rileigh Carmen, 7, and Ronnie Carmen, 5, shop for spoons and other silverware with their grandmother at Vintage + Moss Event Rentals and Mercantile.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_Carmen-Kids.jpgRileigh Carmen, 7, and Ronnie Carmen, 5, shop for spoons and other silverware with their grandmother at Vintage + Moss Event Rentals and Mercantile.

http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_John-Paul-Gray.jpg

Claire Amano holds the eager 17-month-old English bulldog, Maximus, as he makes friends with a young customer. Claire and husband Jeff run a portrait business called “Must Draw Dogs”, offering hand-drawn portraits and other customized wooden plaques for the home.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_Maximus-and-friend.jpgClaire Amano holds the eager 17-month-old English bulldog, Maximus, as he makes friends with a young customer. Claire and husband Jeff run a portrait business called “Must Draw Dogs”, offering hand-drawn portraits and other customized wooden plaques for the home.

Customers shop through Kris Buston’s vendor of edgy, up-cycled clothing and jewelry. Many of her flannels, Buston said, were inspired by musical artists she enjoys listening to.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/11/web1_The-Gypsy-the-Dog.jpgCustomers shop through Kris Buston’s vendor of edgy, up-cycled clothing and jewelry. Many of her flannels, Buston said, were inspired by musical artists she enjoys listening to.