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Vintage market moves outdoors

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Posted at 7:40 PM, Oct 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-04 21:46:15-04

An event that is normally been held indoors moved to a new venue on Saturday.

The Switchback Swing Band played at the Rescued and Reclaimed Vintage Harvest Season Market at Oscar's Park.

About 65 vendors and artisans brought out their antiques and other goods.

This show is usually held at the MetraPark Expo Center, but the promoter brought it outdoors for better safety with COVID.

The collectors come from five state, which adds to the event in Billings.

"The people really came out today and last night for the market," said Joel Hageman, market promoter. "The passion is collecting antiques. They like to go to different parts of the country and buy antiques and bring them back to Montana. You get to see America at its finest. It's just a great community event especially with the way everything has been shut down and a lot of the indoor things and everything. It's just a great day."

Hageman said the next event will be the Country Christmas Vintage Market, indoors at the Metrapark Expo Center in November.