MEDIA — Fall Super Sunday is set for 9 a.m.-4 p.m. this weekend, Sept. 16, on State Street and Veterans Square in downtown Media.
The event was rescheduled after being rained out last Sunday.
The day-long event, coordinated by Town Talk Newspapers and the Delaware County News Network, will feature more than 150 vendors, offering bargains on everything from antiques, T-shirts, sports memorabilia and books, to bric-a-brac, collectibles, attic treasures and handmade crafts.
Town Talk will also sponsor an antique appraisal event from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on State Street near Brick and Brew. People can bring their antique treasures for appraisals. Preregistration is suggested but not required. Fee is $15 for one item and $25 for two items.
In addition to the fun of the fair, many of Media’s stores and restaurants, including Local Home Gifts, Coffee Beanery and Earth and State, will be open for business, with some offering Super Sunday specials.
According to borough ordinances, no pets, bikes or skateboards are allowed for safety reasons. State Street and Veterans Square will be closed to traffic for Super Sunday so that visitors can browse in safety. Residents of State Street and Veterans Square are asked not to park on these streets on Sunday so that they will not be blocked in after Super Sunday begins.
Vendor spaces are sold out. For more information on Super Sunday or to attain a list of other upcoming Delco News Network events, call 610-915-2253 or e-mail towntalkevents @yahoo.com.