Schedule Details

 


Friday, November 10th

12pm  Show Opens

Visit the marketplace of vintage vendors. Products, services and more!

To preview who will be Celebrating Nostalgia™ with us –  click here.

 

3 pm   “Mayberry Modernism” Presentation

Location: Show floor in the 1950’s Living Room 

George Smart, President of North Carolina Modernist Houses presents “Mayberry Modernism”. Mr. Smart will share the story of how North Carolina became the third largest concentration of Modernist houses in America and how North Carolina hosts the largest website in the world for residential Modernist architecture. Some of the most loved, hated, and controversial buildings in the world! During this entertaining and informative visual journey, audiences delight in learning why these “livable works of art” are often endangered and discovering how everyone can help save mid-century houses for future generations.

 

5-7 pm   Glamper Showcase 

Raleigh’s first vintage trailer tour. Come meet the owners, admire the truly inspired decorating and hear stories of their adventures. The camp lights will be glowing and campfires going. The Glamper Showcase will feature all different makes, models, and sizes of these mobile houses. Glamping (glamorous + camping) has become popular in the last several years through the growth of groups like Sisters on the Fly and Girl Camper. However, they are not just for camping anymore. Some of these beauties have a permanent home in backyards and are used as “she-sheds” and guest quarters. Some are even available to rent for your next party.

Special Feature

Book signing with Vicki Ocken,  author of

“Vintage Trailer Voyeur – A Peek Inside the Custom Trailer Culture”

Saturday, November 11th – Veterans Day

 

11 am   A Special Tribute to our Vets

We will be presenting a live reading of letters written by soldiers. Handwritten and heart- felt, these letters are an insight to the realities of the everyday lives of our soldiers. Personal descriptions, not just in while in combat, but day-to-day realities and how they cope while missing loved ones at home.

We will also be presenting the typewritten thank-you notes attendees have written; showing our gratitude to all vets in attendance.

 

1-3 pm   Glamper Showcase

Raleigh’s first vintage trailer tour! Come meet the owners, admire the truly inspired decorating and hear stories of their adventures. The Glamper Showcase will feature all different makes, models, and sizes of these mobile houses.

 

Special Feature

Book signing with Vicki Ocken,  author of

“Vintage Trailer Voyeur – A Peek Inside the Custom Trailer Culture”

 On-going Activities

Glam Photo Session – Makeover/Head Shot Package

Learn vintage makeup tips and tricks and how to incorporate them into your current routine. A professional make up artist will bring out your inner diva! She will transform your hair and makeup and turn you into a classic beauty – Clara Bow, Ava Gardner, Raquel Welch – any decade/style that inspires you. Then have your transformation digitally captured in a mini-photo session. $30*/per person for the makeover and $35*/per person for the photo session and digital file. You can choose to do either or both services. (*Entry ticket required)

Request an Appointment Here.

 

Classic Cars 

 

Check out these cool cars and meet the owners. A variety of makes and models from all different eras will be featured.

 

Vintage Board Games

Adding to the nostalgic feel and encouraging all attendees to reminisce, there will be vintage board games ready for play all weekend. Scattered throughout the show venue in the retro vignettes – 40’s kitchen, 50’s living room – authentic vintage board games will be available for spontaneous playing! Have fun with friends and meet new ones, all why enjoying some of your favorite pastime games. Or bring along your own favorite game and gather a group to join in the fun.

 

Write a Thank-You Note to a Vet

You will also hear the click-clack of classic typewriters being used throughout the venue. In honor of Veterans Day, attendees will have the opportunity to type – on real stationery – messages to our troops. A truly classic way to send our sincerest thanks to all our service men and women.