Grayslake (north Chicago) Illinois – Vintage Antique Market Presents An Accent On Antique Phonographs

Held annually during the Grayslake (north Chicago) Illinois Antique Vintage Flea Market.  This is a fun accent on Antique Phonographs!  Meet Phonograph Enthusiasts!

September 7 & 8, 2019

Hours: Saturday 9am to 4pm & Sunday 9am to 3pm / $7 (Good for both days).  Free parking

Grayslake Antique Market presents an “Accent on Phonographs”

Date: September 8 & 9, 2018

An array of phonographs will be on display and the songs of yesteryear will fill the air.   John Hauger will be the guest speaker for this event and will give a presentation on  Saturday, September 8th at 1:00 pm.

The title of his presentation is “The Pan American Exposition of 1901: America Enters the 20th Century.”  A new century is well underway:  William McKinley has  been re-elected president with a brash, young vice president, Theodore Roosevelt, recent  hero of the Spanish American War.  Prosperity is everywhere.  Puerto Rico, Guam and the Philippines now belong to the U.S.  An Exhibition has opened in Buffalo, New York to  showcase these new acquisitions, their products and culture.  Tragic events at this  Exposition will turn the tide of America’s fortunes and enact many lasting reforms.  Join  us on Saturday at 1PM as we explore the Exposition, its music, technical advances and its opulence.

The Grayslake Antique Market held at Lake County Fairground, Grayslake, Ill 60030. This show is sponsored by Zurko Promotions. Tim Zurko is a member of WIMAPS and is a promoter of antique shows in Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan. At larger shows, Tim likes to
feature specialty collecting societies and enjoys promoting the phonograph hobby.


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Lake County Fairgrounds

1060 E Peterson Road
Grayslake, IL 60030 United States

Lake County Fairgrounds

1060 E Peterson Road
Grayslake, IL 60030 United States

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