The Scavenger's
Fall Line Up
Changing Daily...

The Homestretch
Victoria Reeves Antiques
*The French Flea Market*

Design District
MPS Antiques
*Colorado Black Sheep Antiques*

Tamara Moore Designs
Big Road Vintage Company
Judith McClellan Imports
Randall Edward

Pieces Antiques
Simon of New Orleans
*The Fabulous Flea*

*Janet Wiebe Antiques*
ARaffa Design
Mary Jane Gallagher Antiques

Jana Wright
Nedra Hawks

Trahan's Antiques
Dragonfly Designs
Mid Century & More

Peggy Green Shell Art
Jeff Patton Antiques
Monsoon Imports

The Grass Harp
Empress of The Eye Pillows
Barbara DeLozier Antiques

Designs By Grace
Old Soul Antiques
Urban Relics & Icons 

 Mary Jane Hardin
Dreamie Interiors
Campbell Antique Prints & Paintings

Kathryn Goodnite Antiques
Anne & Fred Gebhard

*Check Back for Fall Schedule*

Future Market Dates:

October 14, 2007
February 24, 2008
May 18, 2008
October 12, 2008

Always a Sunday...
10 - 4
$3.00  Admission
(After 1 pm $1.00) 

Well Mannered
 & Dogs 

 Press Release


 For Immediate Release…

The Sale for High End Scavengers

 Houston, TX, August 18, 2007…Two Yankees who missed the feel of a real outdoor antique market started one with some decorator divas, shop owners and
antique mavens in town 3 years ago.

Now with 40 hand picked dealers and plenty of parking, the next one-day bash is
Sunday, October 14, 2007, 10 - 4 pm.

Shine or rain.  Scheduled three times a year, the Urban Market Houston
 is the day  to grab a pal, empty the trunk, stop at the ATM
and be sure to put your measurements in your pocket.

"This is the stuff we never want to move again!"  Projects never completed, remnants, lighting, pottery, modern and antique, repos and originals, furniture, artwork, picture frames, vintage this and that, the better "odds and ends" of the business will all be in huge tents on Heights Blvd. across
 from the Art Car Museum.

The mantra is "Don't take anything home" and have a great time seeing  friends in the
 business, maybe do some horse trading for your inventory. Jane Schott and Maura
 Co-Founders and proud Yankees, have told dealers to
"mark it to move, you've got one day".

To keep up your strength there is Katz's Coffees and Spritzers, Janice Schindeler and her prize winning Pimento Cheese Spread and the bodacious BBQ from Hickory Hollow. So, bring along your dog if it is well behaved….the same goes for children.

Three dollars admission. ($1 after 1 pm)

Children Free


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The Urban Market Houston
120 Yale St. and Heights Blvd.
(Across from the Art Car Museum)
One block south of I-10.


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