The first weekend in October, plan to take a fun drive through southern Nebraska on historic Heritage Highway 136 and shop at dozens of private sales at interesting spots along the route. More information, including a map, is at www.heritagehighway136.com/pages/fleamarket.php#sthash.B8evcG4m.dpbs In particular, please pay a visit to us at the former St. Charles the Martyr Episcopal church at 6th and G streets in Fairbury. After celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2007, this parish was closed by the diocese in 2012 and was bought by a former church member, complete with pews, furniture and other chattel. No brass, but chattel such as: dishes coffee urns refrigerator stove serving ware flatware pans books Sunday school supplies CRT television VCR desktop computer printer Christmas decorations (artificial pine garlands and white ceramic dove candle-holders--very pretty and tasteful) vestments more.... And, vintage Barcelona chairs. The bottom cushions need reupholstering and up to four would be for sale at the right price. The owner's friend, an antique dealer in Beatrice, will also be present with some treasures of his own on offer. You won't want to miss it. ***Please be advised that many of the items are located in the undercroft, and are only accessible by staircase.*** Our minimum hours are: Friday 1 - 5 Saturday 11 - 3 Sunday 12 - 4 If you need to make an appointment to visit because those hours don't work for you, just reply to this post. Last year I had the pleasure of being a shopper along the route, and I plan to do it this year as well. With all the nice people you meet and all the neat things to see, plus finding unique treasures, it is really a treat. October 3 - 5th. Hope to see you then!