The Top of Texas vintage market opened Saturday morning with items ranging from handmade salt lamps, furniture, custom jewelry, antiques and so much more.
The Executive Director of the Wichita County Heritage Society said that variety is what keeps the market going strong.
“I think people just like to see a lot of different things and this is a way to do that,” Wichita County Heritage Society Executive Director Delores Culley said. “You pay $6 at the door, and you have all of these options to look through and shop for. We have some clothing but it’s not all clothing. We have some really unique vendors.”
Tops of Texas will continue from 11 a.m. — 4 p.m. Sunday.