Peter and Alma Bidegain, at right, both scored at the First Sunday Antique Fair this week: He picked up an usual black lamp and she purchased a painting. The fair is held on ... wait for it ... the first Sunday of every month at Tanque Verde Elementary School, 2600 N. Fennimore Ave. It's fre…
This neat collection of old Victorian purses and costume jewelry was on display Sunday at the antique fair.
He's already wearing one on his belt, but Jim Wise may be in the market for more knives. That's what he was checking out on Sunday at this table at the fair.
There's a lot to see at the antiques fair: objets d'art, crafts, food, plenty of miscellaneous stuff - and a herd of shoppers.
Mark Barbour, left, as a young Benjamin Franklin, teaches Tanque Verde Elementary School fifth-graders about the printing press. Haley Embleton, 10, right, helps.
RIGHT: Phil Soinski, as an older Benjamin Franklin, dares Abby Alexander, 11, to touch the electro static generator during his talk about electricity. Soinski and Mark Barbour presented "History in Motion: A Museum on Wheels" on Friday.
FAR RIGHT: Mark Barbour, center, discusses Franklin's life with the printing press.
Photos by David Sanders / Arizona Daily Star