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Mid-America Show Calendar

 

JUNE & JULY EVENTS

 

~ Last Weekend in MAY ~


MAY 28: Bethany 66 Festival, classic car show, antique and craft vendors, food vendors, 6700 NW 39th Expressway, Bethany, OK, 405-266-5463

MAY 28-29: Tivoli Fest, a celebration of Danish heritage, historic Main Street, Elk Horn, IA,

712-764-7472

MAY 28-29: Greater Iowa Swap Meet and Flea Market, come buy, sell, swap and trade unique and one-of-a-kind items, Midwest Old Threshers, Mount Pleasant, IA, 319-385-8937

MAY 28-30: Victorian Festival of Superior, annual event honoring Lady Evelyn Vestey and her life and contributions to the community, this year’s theme is “Bon Voyage! It’s a ‘Wanderful’ Life,” celebrating Lady Vestey’s travels around the world, downtown Superior, NE, 402-879-3419

MAY 28-31: Memorial Day Weekend Sale, save 10% on purchases, all three Paramount Antique Malls, Augusta and Wichita, KS, www.paramountantiquemall.com

MAY 29: Farmers Market (Saturdays THRU Sept. 18), fresh produce and other local goodies, Second Street and 58 Highway, Pleasant Hill, MO, 816-405-7704

MAY 29-30: Bentonsport Memorial Weekend Event, wagon rides, crafts, food, wine tasting, antiques, artisan demonstrations, historic district, Bentonsport, IA, www.greefstore.com,
cherylVBcc@gmail.com

MAY 29-30: Chuck Wagon Festival, Old West shows, stagecoach and covered wagon rides, leather crafting, mouth-watering chuck wagon food favorites such as stew, biscuits, beans, cobbler, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, OK, 405-478-2250

MAY 29-30: Twain of Main Festival, celebrating the beloved author Mark Twain, popup arts, crafts and merchandise vendors, food vendors, rides, family activities, historic downtown Hannibal, MO, 573-221-2477

MAY 29-31: 63rd Annual Spring Flea Market and Arts & Crafts Show, antiques, collectibles, handmade crafts, more than 260 flea market dealers, Main Street and depot, Brownville, NE,

402-825-6001

MAY 29-31: Iowa Renaissance Festival and Gathering O’ Celts, live entertainment, comedy, swordplay, music, magic, horseback jousting, merchants, food court, Middle Amana Community Park and Soccer Fields, Middle Amana, IA, www.iowarenfest.com

MAY 30-OCT. 3 (VARYING DATES): Steam Locomotive #3415 Ride, enjoy a narrated, five-mile ride along a 1919 Baldwin 4-6-2 Pacific-type locomotive, Abilene, KS & Smoky Valley Railroad,
785-263-1077

 

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MORE SHOWS FOR THIS MONTH MAY BE FOUND ON THE STATE CALENDARS
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~ JUNE ~


JUNE 1-30: Art Under the Oaks Festival and Market, arts and crafts from several American Indian nations, explore a native encampment and enjoy authentic native food, Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Muskogee, OK, 918-683-1701

JUNE 2-5: Scott Joplin Ragtime Festival, free performances of ragtime music, lectures from performers on musicology, cakewalk dance, Sedalia Convention and Visitors Bureau, Sedalia, MO, 660-827-5295

JUNE 3-6: Old Settlers Days, flea market vendors, auction, food tents, children’s activities, Si Dollar Saver, Galatia, IL, 618-268-4027

JUNE 4: Wine, Eats and Easels, artwork on display and for sale by more than 30 area artists, live jazz music performances, Broken Arrow Rose District, Broken Arrow, OK, 918-251-7781

JUNE 4-5: Gypsy Heart-Junkin’ Love, season opener of the Back-Roads and Byways Tour, browse vintage and new merchandise in the shabby shed and vintage barn, farm-fresh finds, home décor, furniture, garden art, Burlap and Roses at Crooked Hedge Farm, New Virginia, IA,

515-238-7720

JUNE 4-6: Caney Valley Pioneer Days, tractor show, old cars and trucks, equipment demonstrations, quilt show, flea market, garden tractors, consignment sale, 3.5 miles north on Highway 75, Caney, KS, 918-440-8408

JUNE 4-6: Pickin’ on the Plains Bluegrass Festival, performances by Ricky Skaggs, The Issaacs, Trinity River Band, Echo Creek, and more, Colby Convention and Visitors Bureau, Colby, KS, 785-460-7643

JUNE 4-6: Lucky $7 Coupon Days, antiques and vintage, Enchanted Frog, Lathrop, MO,

816-740-6933

JUNE 4-6: Sunfest, Oklahoma’s biggest outdoor picnic, live musical entertainment, arts and crafts vendors, food, Sooner Park, Bartlesville, OK, 918-331-0456

JUNE 5: Robinson’s Summer Craft Sale, craft vendors offering something for everyone to enjoy, Kanas State Fairgrounds, Hutchinson, KS, 620-665-7049

JUNE 5: Riverless Festival, vintage camper show, crafts, food, turtle races, Phillips County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Phillipsburg, KS, 785-543-2321

JUNE 5: Tri-County Cruisers Car Show, fast cars and old cars on display, food vendors, poker run, swimming, free matinee film, Annie Oakley Park, Oakley, KS, 785-671-1000

JUNE 5: Farmers Market (Saturdays THRU Sept. 18), fresh produce and other local goodies, Second Street and 58 Highway, Pleasant Hill, MO, 816-405-7704

JUNE 5: Rhubarb Day, come by for rhubarb pie and wine at this celebration of all things rhubarb – and remember to wear pink (the official color of rhubarb), Amana Colonies, Amana, IL,

319-622-7622

JUNE 5: Madison County Airing of the Quilts, hundreds of quilts on display in dozens of historical and cultural landmarks throughout the county, Iowa Quilt Museum, Winterset, IA,
515-462-5988

JUNE 5: Dewey Antique Show, dealers from four states selling antique books, quilts, glass, furniture, pottery, jewelry, western artifacts, Washington County Fair Building, Dewey, OK,

918-333-5200

JUNE 5: Nescatunga Arts and Crafts Festival, paintings, sculptures, photography, jewelry, pottery, weaving, homemade crafts by local artists, historic downtown square, Alva, OK,

580-327-1647

JUNE 5: Vintage by the Creek, pop-up shops featuring new décor, hand-made treasures, antiques, Healthy Home Technologies, Grove, OK, 918-791-1849

JUNE 5-6: Junk Utopia, a picker’s paradise with high-quality vintage and antique items, upcycled items, reclaimed wood and metal, handmade local items, Oklahoma State Fair Park, Oklahoma City, OK, 405-810-6977

JUNE 5-6: Rock Creek Station Trail Days, travel back in time when covered wagons and the new railroad were the primary means of transportation along the trails, historic re-enactments, buffalo stew cookout, Rock Creek Station Historical Park, Fairbury, NE, 402-729-5777

JUNE 5-SEPT. 5: American Art Deco: Designing for the People, 1918-1939, multi-media exhibit exploring art and design’s expression of the glamour and optimism of the 1920s and the devastation and escapism of the 1930s, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE, 402-342-3300

JUNE 5-6: Underwood Annual Junkwood, upcycled treasures, antiques, vintage items, collectibles, primitive crafts, birdhouses, lawn art, City Hall, Underwood, IA, 712-566-2476

JUNE 5-SEPT. 18: Farmers Market (Saturdays), fresh produce and other local goodies, Second Street and 58 Highway, Pleasant Hill, MO, 816-405-7704

JUNE 6: Mid-America Markets, antiques, vintage, collectibles, Kansas State Fairgrounds, Hutchinson, KS, 620-663-5626, www.midamericafleamarkets.com

JUNE 8-12: Tulsa Chautauqua: 20th Century Visionaries, multiple days of workshops, living history events, nightly entertainment, Tulsa Historical Society and Museum, Tulsa, OK,
918-549-7492

JUNE 10-12: Pecan Festival, community games, arts and crafts vendors, BBQ championship, cookie contest, downtown Okmulgee, OK, 918-756-6172

JUNE 12: Open House/ Birthday Celebration, Shawnee Antique Mall, sales throughout the store, 7410 Nieman, Shawnee, KS, RV parking available, 913-499-7688

JUNE 10-12: Historic Bushwhacker Days, live entertainment, parade, craft booths, quilt show, historic re-enactments, historic Nevada/VC Square, Nevada, MO, 417-667-5300,
www.nevada-mo.com

JUNE 10-13: Prairiesta: Here’s to 150 Years, event marking the 150th anniversary of the founding of Russell and Kansas achieving statehood in 1860, historical re-enactments and demonstrations, food on site, family-friendly activities, downtown Russell, KS, 785-483-4000

JUNE 10-13: What About Bob Chuckwagon Races, experience western heritage with concerts, pasture team roping, barrel racing and – of course – wagon races, Ward Ranch Trading Co., Wilburton, OK, 918-465-3879

JUNE 11-12: Rutledge Flea Market, Hillbilly Auction, food on site, 46001 State Highway V, Rutledge, MO, 660-216-3223

JUNE 11-13: Flagfest and Sesquicentennial – 150th Celebration, a weekend of fun events to celebrate Spencer’s history and patriotism, includes opening a time capsule, parade, street dance, teen dance, food vendors and more, downtown Spencer, IA, 712-262-5680

JUNE 11-13: Elvis Rock ‘N’ Remember Tribute Show, see tribute artist Joseph Hall of “America’s Got Talent” channel the handsome, carefree, energetic, high-spirited, young Elvis Presley as he performs the King’s hits, Brownville Concert Hall, Brownville, NE, 402-825-3331

JUNE 11-13: Farmington Strawberry Festival, free strawberries, museum open house, dog show, flea market, live entertainment, children’s activities, food vendors, crafters, downtown Farmington, IA, 319-878-3711

JUNE 11-13: Sidney Gold Rush Days, frontiersman re-enactors, cowboy fast-draw competition, raffle drawings, food and merchandise vendors, powwow trading post, Legion Park, Sidney, NE, contact@sidneygoldrushdays.org

JUNE 12: Wine Walk, music, shoppingm photo booth and more, Downtown Odessa, MO, tickets available at eventbrite.com, facebook.com/OdessaWineWalk

JUNE 12: Summer Outdoor Vintage Market, antiques, vintage and new, Paramount East Antique Mall, Augusta, KS, www.paramountantiquemall.com, facebook.com/ParamountEastAntiqueMall

JUNE 12: Summer Treasures Fest, primitives, antiques, yard and garden art, food vendors, farmers market, live entertainment, Chamber of Commerce, Osage, IA, osageiachamber@gmail.com

JUNE 12: MacNider Arts Festival and Outdoor Market, locally-made arts and crafts, children’s activities, live music, Charles H. MacNider Art Museum, Mason City, IA, 641-421-3666

JUNE 12: Midsummers Festival, a Swedish national holiday celebrated with Swedish food, music, dancing and art, Riverside Park, Lindsborg, KS, 785-227-8687

JUNE 12: Second Saturdays Outdoor Market, food, fun and fabulous finds, The Market at MacVicar, Topeka, KS, 785-409-4277, facebook.com/TheMarketAtMacvicar2307

JUNE 12: Junque ‘N’ Donuts, join in the treasure hunt to find something new or old, Louisburg Cider Mill, Louisburg, KS, 913-837-5202

JUNE 12: Crap Fair, antiques, collectibles, coffee, Vintage Sisters Café and Coffee Shop, Burlington, KS, 620-203-1248

JUNE 12: French Heritage Festival, music, dance, storytelling, French cuisine, wine and beer, re-enactments, parades, French Colonial architecture tours, Welcome Center, Ste. Genevieve, MO, 1-800-373-3007

JUNE 12: Handmade Market, handmade crafts and artisan goods, Greenwood Vintage Market, Greenwood, MO, 816-537-7172, Facebook

JUNE 12: Art in the Park and Food Trucks, art show, live music, wine trailer, food trucks, John James Audubon Plaza and Birdwalk, Audubon, IA, www.uduboncounty.com

JUNE 12: Wine Walk, Downtown Odessa, MO, music, shopping, photo booth and more, presented by Downtown Odessa Merchants Group, tickets at www.eventbrite.com
JUNE 12: Midsummers Festival, a Swedish national holiday celebrated with Swedish food, music, dancing and art, Riverside Park, Lindsborg, KS, 785-227-8687

JUNE 12: Second Saturdays Outdoor Market, food, fun and fabulous finds, The Market at MacVicar, Topeka, KS, 785-409-4277, www.facebook.com/TheMarketAtMacvicar2307

JUNE 12: French Heritage Festival, music, dance, storytelling, French cuisine, wine and beer, re-enactments, parades, French Colonial architecture tours, Welcome Center, Ste. Genevieve, MO,

1-800-373-3007

JUNE 12: Farmers Market (Saturdays THRU Sept. 18), fresh produce and other local goodies, Second Street and 58 Highway, Pleasant Hill, MO, 816-405-7704

JUNE 12-13: Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, more than 100 tribes represented, dance competition, artistic works for sale, lectures, demonstrations, interactive activities, Grand Casino Hotel and Resort, Shawnee, OK, 405-427-5228

JUNE 13: Scandinavian Midsummer Festival, Nordic costumes, Midsummer Pole on display, folk music, dancing, food, antiques and crafts for sale, Steppe Center, Omaha, NE, 402-830-6679

JUNE 13: Antique Marketplace, Historic Valley Junction, antiques, vintage, repurposed, collectibles, replaces the Spring Antique Jamboree, West Des Moines, IA, www.valleyjunction.com/reopening, www.facebook.com/HistoricValleyJunction

JUNE 17-19: Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival, classes, quilts on display from area guilds, Overland Park Convention Center, Overland Park, KS, 913-439-5382

JUNE 17-19: Quilt, Craft and Sewing Festival, sewing/quilting/needle-art/craft supply exhibits, workshops, displays, great deals on supplies and other shopping opportunities, State Fair Park, Oklahoma City, OK, 801-463-1200

JUNE 18-19: Vinita Route 66 Festival, night block party, car show, live music, vendor booths, carnival, truck and tractor show, downtown Vinita, OK, 918-323-1918

JUNE 18-19: Moses Austin Heritage Festival, 32nd annual event, cruise-in car show, music, food, wineries, vendors, parade, Historic Downtown Potosi, MO, 573-438-4517

JUNE 18-19: Vinita Route 66 Festival, night block party, car show, live music, vendor booths, carnival, truck and tractor show, downtown Vinita, OK, 918-323-1918

JUNE 18-20: AMVET’s Antique Show, 38th annual event, more than 340 dealers, AMVET Post #45, Walnut, IA, 712-784-3710, www.WalnutAntiqueShow.com

JUNE 18-20: Cattlemen’s Convention, showcasing Oklahoma’s unique Western heritage with cowboy-themed events, including a ranch tour, street dance, steer roping demonstrations, Osage County Fairgrounds, Pawhuska, OK, 918-287-4170

JUNE 19: Third Saturday Super Sale, save 15%, 20% or 25% off lots of treasures, Enchanted Frog, Lathrop, MO, 816-740-6933

JUNE 19: Summer Outdoor Vintage Market, antiques, vintage and new, Paramount Antique Mall, Wichita, KS, www.paramountantiquemall.com, www.facebook.com/ParamontAntiqueMall

June 19: Fathers Day fun from 10-4 for the Picker Run (Poker Run)! Only fathers can participate so grab your dad and come on down. The dad with the best hand wins. Celebrate at the Oleander Café with a sweet treat. Topeka, KS 785-251-0944, www.topekavendorsmarket.com, www.facebook.com/TopekaVendorsMarket

JUNE 19: History Alive! on the Cherokee Strip, tour historic buildings, historic re-enactments, live demonstrations of costumed characters, Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Enid, OK,

580-237-1907

JUNE 19: Native Indian Taco and Arts & Crafts Sale Drive-Thru, buy works of art from local artists, enjoy mouth-watering Indian tacos or PowWow burgers, Church of the Open Arms UCC, Oklahoma City, OK, 405-923-1254
JUNE 19: Wurst Festival, samples from sausage makers from around the country, beer, wine, music, dancing, games, contests, and the Dachshund Derby, Amana Colonies, Amana, IL,
319-622-7010

JUNE 19: Farmers Market (Saturdays THRU Sept. 18), fresh produce and other local goodies, Second Street and 58 Highway, Pleasant Hill, MO, 816-405-7704

JUNE 19-20: Flea Market, monthly event, Kansas Star Casino Arena, Wichita, KS,

316-619-0757, www.wichitafleamarket.biz

JUNE 19-25: June sale, 25% off anything in locked showcases, sign up on June 20 (Father’s Day) to win a $500 shopping spree for Dad, all Brass Armadillo malls,
www.brassarmadillo.com

JUNE 22-26: Festival of the Arts, celebration of the visual, culinary and performing arts, performances by nearly 300 entertainers, tastes from all around the globe at the festival’s International Food Row, Bicentennial Park, Oklahoma City, OK, 405-270-4848

JUNE 24-26: Green Corn Festival, live music, beauty pageant, antique tractor pull, corn eating contest, watermelon seed spitting contest, arts and crafts vendors, Charley Young Park, Bixby, OK, 918-366-1408

JUNE 26: Parking lot flea markets, more than 40 vendors, food truck on site, Jesse James Antique Mall and Rusty Chandelier, St. Joseph, MO, 816-676-0662

JUNE 26: June Jumble Shopping Event, rummage items, crafts, silent auction, giveaways, more than 150 vendors, North Iowa Events Center, Mason City, IA, 641-423-3811

JUNE 26: Arts in the Park, arts and crafts vendors, live music, food vendors, arts and crafts projects, Garden City Arts, Garden City, KS, 620-260-9700

JUNE 26: Liberty Quilt Walk, fourth annual event, pick up free quilt block patterns at participating businesses, raffle drawings, Historic Downtown Liberty, MO,
816-781-3575

JUNE 26: Independence Day Celebration and Kiowa Powwow, Native American events, dances, carnival, arts and crafts vendors, food trucks, live music, fireworks display, Lone Wolf Park, Lone Wolf, OK, 580-846-9078

JUNE 26: June Jumble Shopping Event, rummage items, crafts, silent auction, giveaways, more than 150 vendors, North Iowa Events Center, Mason City, IA, 641-423-3811

JUNE 26: Summer Outdoor Vintage Market, antiques, vintage and new, Paramount Market Place, Wichita, KS, www.paramountantiquemall.com, facebook.com/paramountmarketplace

JUNE 26: Arts in the Park, arts and crafts vendors, live music, food vendors, arts and crafts projects, Garden City Arts, Garden City, KS, 620-260-9700

JUNE 26: Independence Day Celebration and Kiowa Powwow, Native American events, dances, carnival, arts and crafts vendors, food trucks, live music, fireworks display, Lone Wolf Park, Lone Wolf, OK, 580-846-9078

JUNE 26: Siloam Springs Heritage Festival, celebrating the city’s founding in 1881, local history exhibits, live music, line dancing, live art demonstrations, Twin Springs Park, Siloam Springs, AR, www.siloamspringsheritage.org

JUNE 26: Tulsa Flea Market, 50,000 square feet full of antiques and collectibles, Tulsa Expo Square, Tulsa, OK, 918-744-1386

JUNE 26: Farmers Market (Saturdays THRU Sept. 18), fresh produce and other local goodies, Second Street and 58 Highway, Pleasant Hill, MO, 816-405-7704

JUNE 27: Annual Midwest Old Iron Tractor Ride, 20-mile trip, lunch served, family activities, Manning City Park, Manning, IA, 712-653-3029

JUNE 30-JULY 4: Olde Glory Days, veterans dinner, fireworks display, carnival, live entertainment, door prizes, parade, Gospelfest, downtown square, Clinton,
www.clintonmo.com, facebook.com/oldeglorydays

JUNE 30-OCT. 3: Steam Locomotive #3415 Ride (varying dates THRU Oct. 3), enjoy a narrated, five-mile ride along a 1919 Baldwin 4-6-2 Pacific-type locomotive, Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad, Abilene, KS, 785-263-1077

 

 

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MORE SHOWS FOR THIS MONTH MAY BE FOUND ON THE STATE CALENDARS
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~ JULY ~


JULY 1-4: Huckleberry Festival, parade, quilt show, pie contest, classic car show, exhibit halls filled to the brim with arts and crafts for sale, food vendors, citywide, Jay, OK, 918-253-8698

JULY 2-3: Iowa City Jazz Festival, live jazz performances from both well-known and novice musicians, food vendors, downtown Iowa City, IA, 319-3377944

JULY 2-4: Saint Charles Riverfest, live music, food, craft vendors, historic Main Street, St. Charles, MO, 636-946-7776

JULY 2-4: National Tom Sawyer Days, a celebration of Mark Twain’s classic novel, fence painting competition, frog-jump contest, horseshoe tournament, beer garden, food vendors, fireworks, Hannibal, MO, 573-221-2477

JULY 3: History Live! On the Cherokee Strip, experience Oklahoma’s early days when historic buildings come alive with re-enactors working their trades, Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Enid, OK, 580-237-1907

JULY 3-4: Firecracker Antique Show, vintage and Americana finds, folk art, advertising, stoneware, primitives, architectural items, live music, Amana RV Park Event Center, Amana, IA, 319-330-4545

JULY 3-5: Fourth of July Flea Market, hundreds of vendors selling from dawn to dusk, an antique paradise, City Park, Fairbury, NE, 402-729-3221

JUNE 11-12: Rutledge Flea Market, Hillbilly Auction, food on site, 46001 State Highway V, Rutledge, MO, 660-216-3223

JULY 9-10: Blackberry Festival, blackberry-themed events and live music, parade, food vendors, craft vendors, cobbler eating contest, Veterans Memorial Park, McLoud, OK, 405-964-6566

JULY 10: 2021 Annual Southwest Kansas Art, Craft, Antique Festival & Flea Market, outdoor festival of collectibles, antiques, arts, crafts and food from more than 60 vendors from 19 regional communities, Finney County Historical Museum, Garden City, KS, 620-272-3664

JULY 10: Boomtown Day, parade, art display, quilt show, horseshoe tournament, domino competition, car show, arts and crafts booths, live entertainment, festival foods, Central Cromwell, OK, 918-716-4407

JULY 11: Mid-America Markets, antiques, vintage, collectibles, Kansas State Fairgrounds, Hutchinson, KS, 620-663-5626, midamericafleamarkets.com

JULY 16: 44th Annual Meriden Threshing Show, antique tractors, threshing demonstrations, baling demonstrations, tractor parade, antique cars, tractor pulls, Meriden Antique Engine and Threshers Association, Meriden, KS, 785-633-9706

JULY 16-17: Annual World’s Largest Garage Sale, rake in the bargains and sift through junk, gently used items, and specialty goods, citywide, Duncan, OK, 580-252-2900

JULY 16-18: An Affair of the Heart, one of the largest arts and crafts shows in the U.S., arts, crafts, antiques, collectibles, furniture, decorative items, jewelry, accessories, clothing, gourmet foods, Tulsa Expo Square, Tulsa, OK, 405-632-2652

JULY 17: A Very Vintage Market, vintage and hand-made pop-up shops featuring antique and vintage décor, repurposed and upcycled items, downtown Burlington, IA, 319-752-6365

JULY 17: History Live! On the Cherokee Strip, experience Oklahoma’s early days when historic buildings come alive with re-enactors working their trades, Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Enid, OK, 580-237-1907

JULY 17: Native Indian Taco and Arts & Crafts Sale Drive-Thru, buy works of art from local artists, enjoy mouth-watering Indian tacos or PowWow burgers, Church of the Open Arms UCC, Oklahoma City, 405-923-1254

JULY 17: Stratford Peach Festival, a celebration of summer in the “Peach Capital of Oklahoma,” live entertainment, arts and crafts vendors, classic car show, street games, pick up a bushel of fresh peaches from one of seven area orchards, Stratford City Park, OK, stratfordpeachfestival@gmail.com

JULY 22: Classic Oldies Cruise, cruise down the Mississippi and reminisce while listening to the music of the Jukebox era, celebrity impersonators from Patsy Cline to Elvis, light breakfast and later hot lunch, aboard the Celebration Belle, Quad Cities, IA, 800-297-0034

JULY 24: Scandinavian Days, traditional foods, dancing, folklore, a celebration of community heritage, Chamber of Commerce, Story City, IA, 515-733-4214

JULY 24: Junk Hippy Roadshow, antique and vintage vendors, food trucks, car show, one of Country Living Magazine’s top vintage events in the U.S., downtown El Reno, OK, 432-978-7917

JULY 24: National Day of the Cowboy Celebration, activities and live performances highlighting cowboy culture and heritage, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, OK, 405-478-2250

JULY 24: Tulsa Flea Market, 50,000 square feet full of antiques and collectibles, Tulsa Expo Square, Tulsa, OK, 918-744-1386

JULY 30-AUG 1: Vintage Market Days, ‘Vintage Soul,’ vintage, archetectural salvage, repurposed finds, home decor, food trucks, live music, Kansas City, MO, www.vintagemarketdays.com