Treasure hunters got the chance to dig deep this afternoon at a vintage fair and craft show.
The retro exhibit took place just outside of Minot on a farmstead belonging to Eleanor Erickson.
Shoppers browsed freely as vendors from all across the Minot area displayed their vintage home decor, dishes, jewelry, furniture, and homemade crafts.
The vintage fair and craft show was held inside of a 75-year-old church that was moved from Sherwood to the Erickson farmstead.
The host for the afternoon, Heather Nielsen, says there is an especially large demand in Minot for vintage goods.
(Heather Nielsen, Show Host)"People will come in whose houses have flooded and they'll say "Oh, I had this at my house and it was flooded." You know, if it's a vintage item and it's one-of-a-kind you'll never see another one and they'll find it here. They lost it in the flood and now they can buy it again. And I've heard that a few times today."
Although the Erickson farm has hosted craft shows in the past, this is the farm's first-annual vintage fair.