The Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum is hosting a Antiqueology Flea Market featuring weaving, blacksmithing, model railroads, lost arts, agriculture and food trucks and a food court.
Saturday | 12
Antiqueology Flea Market
Explore the 55 acres of picking at the Antiqueology Flea Market.
The Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum is hosting a new event in order to support small businesses vendors. The vendors, selling things like vintage car parts and handcrafted items from all over North County, will be spread out across the 55 acres that the museum occupies, so you’ll get to see most of the outdoor collections while you shop. Demonstrators will be ready to show you weaving, blacksmithing, model railroads, lost arts, and agriculture. There will also be food trucks and a food court.
When: Saturday and Sunday, September 12 and 13, 9 am to 4 pm
Where: Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum, 2040 N. Santa Fe Ave, Vista. agsem.com
Monday | 14
William Heath Davis & Building New Town In 1850
Is William Heath Davis the true founder of New San Diego? Find out in this online exhibit.
This exhibit, now live online, explores the details of one of the original founders of New Town (now downtown San Diego): William Heath Davis Jr. The oldest building in New Town is the William Heath Davis House, a pre-fab “saltbox”-style home shipped from the East Coast and built in 1850. Learn about Davis’ royal heritage, his adventures at sea, his connections with Old Town San Diego, and his possible secret wife. The exhibit will also take a look into early life in New Town. View it for free online.
When: Mondays, through December 28.