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Historical Trade Fair - Lebanon, Indiana - Jan. 2-3, 2021
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Historical Trade Fair at Boone County Fairgrounds, Lebanon, Indiana on January 2-3, 2021

A New Trade Faire in the Heart of Indiana! You are cordially invited to join us in Lebanon, Indiana January 2nd-3rd for the first event of 2021! This pre-1890 indoor trade show is set in a convenient location to draw customers from the entire Midwest. The Historical Trade Faire highlights craftsmen and high-quality merchants like you who have dedicated their time and effort to bring a little bit of history back to life. The conveniently located and spacious Boone County Fair Grounds offers plenty of parking for both vendors and the public.

There are even a few RV spaces available for those that travel with their homes. For others, the local hotels and restaurants are happy to provide a safe, clean, and welcoming home for the weekend.

The facilities on the grounds offer ample space for social distancing, even with a large group. We are working closely with the health department to make sure this is a safe and fun event for everyone in attendance. However, we know these times have been uncertain. If the event is canceled due to COVID-19, the vendors will receive a full refund for their spaces. Space is limited so do not hesitate to send in your registration. We cannot wait to start the new year by stepping back in time with you.

Learn more here....

Event History
This is the 1st year of many for Historical Trade Faire. We are excited and eager to launch our first year while ringing in the New Year! Brought to you by Samson Historical, we have the knowledge and experience to bring you a quality show with the best vendors across the midwest.

Event Highlights
With over 300 tables in our show, we are positive you will find something you will need. From gunmakers to leatherworkers, we have the best in the business in attendance.

Life is too short to hunt with an ugly gun.
-Nate McKenzie