Oregon St. Antique Mall Reopens; Shoppers, New Vendors, Welcome During Transition

The Oregon Street Antique Mall is starting over under new ownership, beginning April 1.

Phil and Kathryn Barker, who own the Oregon Street Antique Mall, as well as the space that housed the recently closed Tapas Restaurant, reopened the antique mall after the mall’s previous owners decided to close the business and move out.

The Barkers have already made some improvements, such as the installation of a new security system.

They are also accepting applications from prospective new vendors to fill the available spots on a first come, first served basis.  

The antique mall will remain open for business during the transition and addition of new booths and merchandise.

The Barkers ask for customers’ patience during this period of adjustment, but welcome the public to stop in to see the current vendors’ collections, including antique furniture, vintage clothing and accessories, jewelry, and collectible sports memorabilia.

There are also vintage dishes and “shabby chic” items.  

And folk art creations and decorations.

And collectible glassware and vintage toys.

The public is invited to stop in, say hello, have a cookie and shop at the growing number of booths where vendors and antique dealers offer a wide, eclectic range of merchandise, and to check back often to meet the new vendors.

Location: The Oregon Street Antique Mall, 1261 Oregon St., Redding, 96001.

Hours: Every day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone number: 530-242-1524.  For more information, go to the Oregon Street Facebook page, or the Oregon Street Antique Mall website. To inquire about available booth space, contact Kathryn Barker at kate@tea4kate.com. 

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