Reclaimology will host the Bluegrass Vintage Market featuring the store’s repurposed, painted and reclaimed vintage furniture and accents, plus merchandise from local shops. The sale is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at The Black Barn at Springhouse Stables, 547 Barbaro Lane in Nicholasville, next to Springhouse Gardens.
In addition to Reclaimology you’ll find pieces from Marketplace Gray, Miss Molly Vintage, Our Storied Home , Country Costal Designs, Pearly Girl Cuties, and Simply Bluegrass. For more info check out the Facebook event page.
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▪ The former Sew Fine store at South Ashland and Euclid avenues is going through some changes. Dr. Dawn Stratton of Stratton Eyes is bringing J. Galt, a new eyewear store concept, to the space, with plans to open in early August.
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Eyewear will come from small, independent artisans in Thailand, Malaysia and Eastern Europe. The store’s J. Galt line will be $175 for frame and lens. The boutique line will start at $300. Exams will also be conducted on-site. The interior is being designed by Liz Toombs of Polka Dots & Rosebuds Interiors in Lexington.
▪ The Stockyard Flea is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at 228 Lisle Industrial Road. Vendors will sell antiques and collectibles. Admission is free.
▪ You could win a piece of handcrafted art in a monthly raffle hosted by The Kentucky Guild of Artist and Craftsmen. Raffle tickets are $10, with winners announced on the last day of each month leading up to the Fall Fair, Oct. 8 and 9 at Indian Fort Theatre in Berea. Proceeds go to support the nonprofit organization that promotes arts in Kentucky; it just celebrated its 55th anniversary.
The June prize is a copper and sterling silver necklace with blue enamel pendant by Bob Mattingly. Go to Kyguild.org to buy a ticket.
▪ The Cacique lingerie semi-annual sale and clearance event is going on through July 17 at Lane Bryant. Select bras are on sale: Buy two, get two free. Or buy one bra, get one 50 percent off. Select panties are five for $29.