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Larger Than Expected Crowds at Antiques Shows

  • This group of ladies from Cypress were among the crowd in Warrenton on Wednesday for the Fall Antiques Fair: (from left) Laura Mikel, Corrina Wilcox, Amy Brandt, Christa Wilson and Lindsey Havel. Wilcox and Wilson are twin sisters and own vacation rental property in Brenham called 12 Armadillos (www.12armadillos.com). The sisters brought their friends along to Warrenton to shop some interior decor for their condos. Photo by Andy Behlen
    This group of ladies from Cypress were among the crowd in Warrenton on Wednesday for the Fall Antiques Fair: (from left) Laura Mikel, Corrina Wilcox, Amy Brandt, Christa Wilson and Lindsey Havel. Wilcox and Wilson are twin sisters and own vacation rental property in Brenham called 12 Armadillos (www.12armadillos.com). The sisters brought their friends along to Warrenton to shop some interior decor for their condos. Photo by Andy Behlen
Many locals were surprised about the size of crowds last weekend at the Fall Antiques Show in northern Fayette County, with some wondering whether the influx of people might lead to a spike in coronavirus cases. Fayette County Emergency Management Chief Craig Moreau said he was also surprised at the number of people who attended. “I was surprised at how many people were there, but people were…

 

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