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A Very Vintage Spring



Story and photography by Megan Venable

Hundreds of attendees at A Very Vintage Spring at the Barn at Williams Manor browsed through items from dozens of vendors ranging from garden staples, homemade crafts, boutique gear and jewelry as well as many options for barbeque or sweets to enjoy under the sunny, cloudless sky. Guests could shop or sit and enjoy the bluegrass music with the picturesque barn as a backdrop. The family-owned Barn at Williams Manor in Oliver Springs is a venue for weddings, corporate events, parties and more.

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