For the second year in a row St. Peter Parish held their antiques and collectibles fair last weekend, Sept. 14-15.
Up to 40 vendors presented their items including Native American art and jewelry, antique books and prints, coins and silver, vintage toys, including toy trains, antique lamps, collectible dolls, pens, paintings, baseball cards, vintage clothing and hats, and other dealers with a wide variety of general antique merchandise.
Held inside the St. Peter Catholic Church gymnasium and religious education center, the show is primarily a fundraiser for the church but is also another opportunity to promote Pacifica.
Take for example the special table set up at the event, offering dealers and customers information about what's happening in Pacifica such as information on restaurants, places to stay, entertainment and things to do and see in the area.
The show received a lot of support last year and this year as it is the only antique and collectible show on the San Mateo County coast, thanks to longtime member of St. Peter Parish and antique dealer Charleene Smith who teamed up with her husband Dale and others to organize the event.
Did you go to the second annual antiques and collectible show last weekend? Tell your neighbors what treasures you found in the comments section below.