Look at all the creative and nostalgic fun in store at Arts, Antiques & Autos Sept. 13th

Take a break and come stroll downtown on Sept. 13th to see the fantastic treasures at the 15th Annual Arts, Antiques & Autos Extravaganza from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 110 W. Hickory Street.  Get in on some of the fun, too, by entering your classic, hot rod, or custom car, truck or motorcycle.  Compete in the Chalk Art Fest or get creative in the hands-on arts/crafts and Kids zone.  Browse the silent auction and vendor booths or have an "attic treasure" of your own appraised to find out more about its history, and listen to some great live music. The Events page on this site has all the scoop!

Chalk Art Fest & Contest is a must-see! I Madonnari, Italian street painting, is a tradition that dates back 400 years.  All ages are welcome to join in the chalking drawing fun and entries will be judged and eligible for prizes.

The Chalk Art Fest & Competition will be located in the 200 block of W. Oak Street.   Winners in three age categories can walk away with cash prizes!  Age categories and contest entry fees information, as well as entry forms and rules, are available on the Events page on this site.

Come find out more about an “attic treasure”, a unique collectible, or fine jewelry with an information appraisal conducted in some downtowns antique and jewelry stores, including County Seat Antiques, W. Douglas Antiques and Amyx Fine Jewelry.  Appraisers can provide information on your antique item, art piece, china, silver, cut-glass, or fine jewelry.  See the Events page for more details and fees on appraisals and locations for each type.

General admission to the event is FREE.  Like us on Facebook at Downtown Denton - Denton Main Street Association to keep up with updates. Arts, Antiques & Autos is presented by the Denton Main Street Association with The Denton Record-Chronicle, First United Bank, and Northstar Bank, with the support of the City of Denton, DATCU, Denton CVB, Ann & Bill Ennis, Huffines Kia/Subaru, James Wood Auto Park, and Peterbilt Motor Company.

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