Salado Museum and College Park is holding a half-price antiques sale on Saturday, May 18, from 9 am to 3 pm, at the museum, 423 South Main, across from the Stagecoach Inn in Salado. All proceeds will benefit the museum.
“All remaining antique and vintage furniture, glassware, sterling silver serving pieces and other items are now half price and no reasonable offer will be refused,” says Dave Swarthout, Museum Executive Director. “These are items that have been in the museum building for many years but are not a part of our historic exhibits.”
Swarthout adds that dealers are welcome and can contact the museum in advance of the sale to view items and make an offer. Photos of items can be seen on the museum’s Facebook page. For more information, call 254-947-5232.
The Salado Museum and College Park, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1959, celebrates 60 years preserving and promoting the pioneer history of Salado, Texas. Through educational programs and exhibits that document the settlement and heritage of this area, the museum tells the story of this frontier college town. The Museum is located at 423 South Main Street in Salado. College Park, where visitors can view the ruins of Salado College built in 1860, is located just south of the museum. www.saladomuseum.org.