Antique & Art Market in the Oil Center this Saturday
The Oil Center will launch its first Open Air Antique & Arts Market on MAY 14th from 8 am to 2pm at the LGMC Medical Plaza at 427 Heymann Blvd across from Champagne’s Supermarket.
The Open Air Market will showcase local antique dealers and artisans. Admission is free, so come, browse and enjoy this unique shopping experience exclusive to the Oil Center. Also you could stop by and visit the Hub City Farmer’s Market also located in the LGMC Medical Plaza and support our local growers.
If you have any questions about the Market please call the Oil Center at 337-232-1267 or email
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