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Mother Pam Tansey (right), of Northbrook, spends a day at the Antiques & Treasures fair with her daughter, Gina Falish, of Gurnee, on Sunday, Sept. 9 at Deer Path Middle School. (Photos by Claire Esker/22nd Century Media)
Kate Johnson, 13, of Lake Bluff, examines a tole sconce from SoBro Vintage Market during the Antiques & Treasures event Sunday, Sept. 9 at Deer Path Middle School.
Christopher Melvin, of Lake Bluff, looks over crystal sculptures at Antiques & Treasures fair.
Alexa Burnell, Freelance Reporter
8:31 am PDT September 12, 2018

The Lake Forest Chapter of Infant Welfare Society hosted its annual Antiques & Treasures event on Sunday, Sept. 9 at Deerpath Middle School, introducing the community to more than 40 vendors who know the value of an oldie, but a goodie. The real story, however, is less about the porcelain, china, clothing or furniture being sold, and more about the heart and soul that goes into maintaining an event that has been the fabric of the community for more than 51 years and going strong.