The Liberty Antiques Festival is this upcoming Friday and Saturday (April 29-30, 2011). The bi-annual event attracts over 400 dealers from at least 25 states. People come from miles around to peruse the stalls on a 100-acre farm in Liberty, NC, just about 30 minutes south of Greensboro. Equally fun will be the miles of yard sales strung along the highway to and from Liberty. Even for people who don't collect anything, the event is a great way to enjoy a little slice of rural North Carolina, to eat BBQ and funnel cakes, and to see what the treasures in your attic might be worth. We've featured this fabulous festival in previous years here, here, and here because we love, love, and love it-- there, there, there! We're doing a little spring cleaning weekend in the hopes of making room for something special.
Additionally, the Antique Car and Tractor Show will be in full swing on Saturday in Downtown Liberty. The more we prepare posts for GDP, the more we realize just how much there is to do in the Greensboro area. While time and money may be constraints; things to do is not! We picked this photo for today so that we could share it with James and the Weekend Reflections gang.