The Vaca Museum Sets the Stage for the Fall Festival

VACAVILLE — The Vacaville Museum Guild will hold a sale in the Fall Festival courtyard from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at 213 Buck Ave.

Customers who visit the outer setting can experience the items offered by the museum and the guild, as well as the products of the vendors. Refreshments for breakfast are provided.

The gift shop will be open during the event.

The yard will include items donated by members, such as 19 mouth-blown glass pumpkins that range in size from 2 to 5 inches, and a blown-glass redwood tree that stands a foot tall and represents El Palo Alto, the 120 feet -tall and beloved 1,082-year-old coastal redwood. There will also be iron stone tureens with pumpkin, turkey, crab, fall and pheasant themes, as well as milk glass, decorative glassware, iconic succulent pumpkins and more. Merchandise from vendors will include Tupperware, jewelry, woodworking, cutting boards and embroidery items.

This fundraiser provides financial support to the Vacaville Museum, whose mission includes the cultural and historical preservation of Solano County.

The museum offers exhibitions, publications and educational programs.

For more information about the museum, call 707-447-4513. For more information on the Fall Festival yard sale, call Pat Zetah at 707-290-3181.

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