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The Odessa Antique Show

Eastern Ontario's Largest Outdoor Antique Show

At this popular annual event, more than 100 vendors from across Ontario, Quebec, and even Atlantic Canada, are expected at the event, which organizers describe as the largest antique show in Eastern Ontario. The event has survived for nearly a quarter of a century because it caters to both kinds of antique collectors. Showcasing a large variety of antique and collectible treasures. Held at the Odessa Fairgrounds, 10 miles west of Kingston Ontario.

Collectors can count on discovering everything from furniture to household items, tools, textiles, paintings, folk art, jewellery and glass and china. Whether you're hoping to decorate your home with heritage objects or retro pieces or add to a long-held collection, the Odessa Antique Show will no doubt yield many fascinating finds. The prices suit every budget, ranging from a few dollars to a few thousand dollars. The Odessa Antique Show is an excellent deal and a great event for a summer afternoon, not only for antique lovers but for anyone interested in eye-catching memorabilia. No reproductions are allowed. This is an antique & collectibles show. 

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We are the GO-TO destination in Eastern Ontario for serious Antique Collectors. We have over 12,000 square feet of showroom featuring wares from over 20 vendors. Located 1/2 way between Belleville & Kingston near the shores of beautiful Mohawk Bay.

Collectors can count on finding anything from furniture to household items, tools, textiles, paintings, folk art, jewelery and glass and china. Whether you're hoping to decorate your home with heritage objects or retro pieces or add to a long-held collection. Prices suit every budget, ranging from a few dollars to a few thousand dollars.



Peytan's Place

Peyton's Place

Head upstairs to Peyton's Place, a boutique and local artisans market. Browse, shop or enjoy some homemade eats in the cafe. Serving a selection of gourmet sandwiches, homemade soups and desserts.

If it’s been a while since your last visit to Deseronto, you may be surprised at how the scenery has changed. There are beautiful waterfront views to revel in while strolling down Main Street, and the downtown core is rapidly blossoming with unique businesses. Not sure where to start? I’ve rounded up the best of the bunch.

(Excerpt from Bay of Quinte Tourism)

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