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Veedersburg Town Wide Flea Market

Veedersburg IN, September 28, 2008: Lee Ramsey of the Bust Stop Café and Michael Welch of Lost Chapter Bookstore have put together a town wide flea market for Veedersburg in conjunction with the Parke County Bridge Festival. The Flea Market will be held on two weekends, October 10, 11 and 12 and October 17, 18, and 19. “We hope to make this an annual event”, Lee said, “Too many people pass by during this time and miss the opportunity to see our pretty town and all the progress it is making.” Twenty-two venders have already expressed interest in being part of the celebration, including local craftsmen, antique dealers and the War Museum. Scheduled events include a book signing by Charles Dukes of his book “Good Morning—But the Nightmares Never End” at the Lost Chapter Bookstore; A downtown movie night to be shown outside on a 200 Sq Ft movie screen sponsored by Campbell’s Excavation with free sodas and popcorn donated by the New Fountain Trust Bank; and the end of the season Cruise-In including a sock pop including prizes for the best 50’s costumes. Locations are still available downtown for vendors and people who want to have a spot for their own yard sale items. People in town are being encouraged to have their own yard sales on these days as well. For additional information, Contact: Lee Ramsey, Bus Stop Café 201 North Main Street Veedersburg, In 47987or Michael Welch, Lost Chapter Bookstore, 108 North Main Street, Veedersburg, IN 47987  (Sep 28, 2008 | post #1)

Veedersburg, IN

Veedersburg Used Bookstore Open

The Welch’s are delighted to announce this week the opening of a new bookshop in Veedersburg Indiana. The Welch’s have been buying books from the general public for months now in anticipation of their opening. With over 5,000 titles and growing, covering hundreds of feet of shelving in three large rooms, this is a book lover’s paradise! ‘While online bookselling worldwide continues to grow apace, there is no substitute for taking a book in your hand and flicking through the pages’ says Michael Welch. “Although we haven’t been open to the public until now, we have been selling books online since 1998.”  (Sep 1, 2008 | post #1)

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A Troll walks afield looking for treasures of gold and silver. Instead he finds the love of a good wife. Sometimes a Troll is just lucky.

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The Sea of Glory

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A trip to Australia would be nice about now

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